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《Taiwan Research Journal》 2019-04
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On the Left-and-Right Differentiation of Taiwan's Anti-Japanese Movement in the Late 1920s——An Investigation on the Struggle within the Communist Party of Taiwan

Qiu Shijie;  
The Communist Party of Taiwan(CPT) from 1928 to 1931 was the symbol of connection between the Taiwan anti-Japanese movement and Chinese revolution and the international communist movement during the period of Japanese occupation of Taiwan, and at the same time, the first political gathering of Marxists in Taiwan. Even though there have many topics for the discussion of the history of the Taiwan Communist Party, what the historians in Taiwan focus more on is the constantly intensified struggle within its Party on the eve of disintegration. Moreover, they simply attribute the struggle to the result caused by the left political line outside Taiwan, especially the left political line of CPC and its agents in Taiwan. However, this paper believes that the Communist Party of Japan is the key source of the left political line introduced into the island, and this line from outside the island not only affects the CPT but also accidentally helps all kinds of anti-Japanese communities with the left-and-right differentiation that appeared in Taiwan since 1927 favor the left political line. As a result, it made the CPT engaged in secrete activities feel competitive pressure. On the other hand, as the members of the Party could not form a consistent attitude toward the competitive pressure, it induced internal conflicts and buried the internal cause of its disintegration.
【Fund】: 中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金项目“马克思主义在二十世纪台湾的传播”(ZK1147)
【CateGory Index】: D231;D613
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