孙中山革命与美国

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出版社:外语教学与研究出版社
出版日期:2012-2
ISBN:9787513516884
作者:郝平
页数:320页

章节摘录

  Under the influence of Sun Yat-sen's revolutionary theory, the head of the Yangzi Gelao Hui, Tang Caichang, launched the Hankou Uprisingon August 9, 1900. Although it was exposed and consequently defeated,with Tang Caichang himself killed by the Qing government, those from the Gelao Hui who participated in the uprising became part of the modern Chinese democratic revolution. From this we can see that Sun Yat-senhad interactions early on in life with the secretive Hong Men Hui and had already allied with them in an uprising.  Because of this past connection, Sun Yat-sen believed that so longas good work was done, obtaining the support of the Hong Men Hui wasa certainty, which proved correct through his fruitful association with the Chee Kung Tong on the U.S. mainland. In all of the revolutionaryactivities that Sun Yat-sen later organized, the Chee Kung Tong follo wed him faithfully. Indeed, the current democratic party in China, the Zhi Gong Dang (China Party for Public Interest), developed from the Chee KungTong.  Of course, Sun Yat-sen's joining the Hong Men Hui also reflectedthe unique circumstances surrounding revolutionary activities in Chinaat the time. China's revolutionary aims differed from the goals that droverevolutions in England, France, Japan, and Russia.  In the European nations, the main social confiicts occurred between the new bom bourgeoisie and the absolute monarchies. After their revolutions,the absolutist governmental systems were retained in form, though the political power of these governments transferred to the bourgeoisie, who could peacefully coexist with the feudal sovereigns of the past.  ……

作者简介

本书引用了作者在美国亲自收集和采访来的众多少为人知的史料,梳理了孙中山早期的学习、革命成长历程、创立兴中会等革命组织的努力及为辛亥革命所作的大量准备工作,论述了美国政治、经济思想家以及美国政治制度对孙中山早期思想的影响,对孙中山革命思想与实践与美国的关系进行了细致的分析研究,从而对孙中山革命思想作出了更本质的剖析。

书籍目录

Introduction
Chapter One: China, Hawai'i, and the United States
1.The Chinese in America
2.The Discovery and Development ofHawai'i
3.Contributions of the Chinese to Hawai'i
4.Sun Mei, the "King ofMau'i"
5.Chapter Summary
Chapter Two: Sun Yat-sen and (hristianity
1.Seeking Knowledge in Hawai'i
2.The Confiict Between Christian Baptismal Rites and Chinese
Traditions
3.Sun Yat-sen's Religious Views
4.Chapter Summary
Chapter Three:Why the Xing Zhong Hui Was Founded in Hawai'i
1.The Formation of Sun Yat-sen's Anti-Qing Thought
2.The Founding ofthe Xing Zhong Hui
3.The First Revolutionary Operation of the Xing Zhong Hui:The
Guangzhou Uprising
4.Chapter Summary
Chapter Four: The Great Debate Between the Revolutionaries and
(onstitutionalists
1.Organizing Revolutionary Forces in America and Rallying Public
Support
2.The Historical Context ofthe Struggle Between the Revolutionaries
and Constitutionalists
3.Early Debates in Honolulu Between the Revolutionary and
Constitutional Factions
4.Debates over the Principles ofthe Revolutionaries and
Constitutionalists
5.Chapter Summary
Chapter Five:Joining the Hong Men Huiand Issuing the First
Declaration to the World
1.Setting Up the Chinese Revolutionary Army and Obtaining a
Hawaiian Birth Certificate
2.Joining and Being Rescued by the Hong Men Hui
3.Rousing the Chee Kung Tong to Participate in the Revolution
4.The Publication for Foreigners ofthe First Declaration of
Revolution
5.Chapter Summary
Chapter Six: Establishing the Tong Meng Hui-ATurning
Point in the (hinese Democratic Revolution
1.Revolutionary Organizations inside and outside China before the
Establishment of the Tong Meng Hui
2.The Establishment ofthe Tong Meng Hui
3.The Political Stance ofthe Tong Meng Hui
4.The Chinese Revolution after the Establishment of the Tong Meng
Hui
5.Chapter Summary
……
Chapter Seven:The Founding of the U.S.Tong Meng Hui and the Red
Dragon Plan
Chapter Eight: Fundraising on the Eve of the Revolution and
Diplomatic Maneuvering Afterward
Chapter Nine: The Influence of the United States on Sun
Yat-sen
Epilogue

内容概要

  Hao Ping, Vice Minister of Education of the People's Republic
of China. Professor, former President of Beijing Foreign Studies
University (2005-2010) and former Vice President of Peking
University (2001-2005). He graduated from Peking University in
1982, and won an M.A. degree in History at the University of
Hawai'i in 1995 and a Ph.D. degree in International Relations at
Peking University in 1999. He was a research fellow at the
East-West Center, U.S.

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