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POLITICS IN CHINA IN EARLY 1900S The politics in China varies to republic and nationalism and communism First of all there is Republican China which evolved very slowly In August of 1912 a new Political party was founded by a man named Song Jiaoren The party Guomindang Kuomintang or KMT- the National Peoples Party was actually a lot of small political groups In February of 1913 national elections were held for the new bicameral parliament where Song campaigned against Yuan the revolutionist who lacked an army and began the outstrip of that parliament and Songs administration won most of the seats Later Yuan had Sang assassinated and had also arranged for the assassination of several other pro-revolutionist generals Animosity continued to grow toward Yuan Yet in 1913 seven southern provinces an intimidated parliament and the provincial assemblies and forced the promulgation of a new constitution which made Yuan the president for life Although Yuan was not yet satisfied so he announced the idea of establishing a monarchy and this idea led to many rebellions and caused the Nation to break into warlord factions In addition to the republic of China there is Nationalism and Communism After the closing of the Republic of China shifting alliances of regional warlords fought for control of Beijing and its government In 1914 the World War broke out and China became the protectorate of Japan and lost its provenience but in 1917 China declared war upon Germany hoping to recover its lost provenience Later there was the May Fourth Movement brought on by patriotic students whose protest developed into a national awakening which in short was the era of nationalism and communism
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