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|Other Titles:||Salt Industry in the Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia Base Area of the Chinese Communist Party|
the Chinese Communist Party;he Shansi-Kansu-Ninghsia (Shaan- Gan-Ning) base area;salt industry
|Issue Date:||2016-06-02 14:53:55 (UTC+8)|
In studying the problem of economic development of the Shansi-Kansu-Ninghsia (Shaan-Gan-Ning) base area of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), some scholars had argued that, the only way to solve economic and financial dilemma caused by the economic blockade by the Nationalist government and the attack of Japanese army was the self-reliance policy adopted by the CCP after the accident of New Forth Army accident broke out in 1941. The policy of self-reliance was, told by Mark Selden, approached mainly by dedication, voluntarism, and the human spirit. In a word, the CCP overcame the crisis through a mass line approach which they had devised during the soviet period (1927-1936). According the documents of the CCP their own, however, even the officials of the Shaan-Gan-Ning base area admitted that they could only afford sufficient food, not everything, themselves. Instead, the CCP had to exchange salt or something superfluous for necessaries they could not produce enough by their own. Since the salt trade was the first thing the communist leaders came to think as a way out, and still was took as a important option in handling the economic and financial problem only second to the opium trade after 1942. This article will examine the development of salt industry and the importance of salt trade in Shaan-Gan-Ning base area, and inquire the limit of mass line in the CCP’s achievement in developing the Shaan-Gan-Ning base area.
|Relation:||政治大學歷史學報, 27, 1-42|
The Journal of History
|Appears in Collections:||[The Journal of History, NCCU] Articles|
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