Brief Discussion on the Strategies of the Southern Bureau of the CPC Central Committee in the Work of Unifying Front

Xinglin PENG


The work of unifying front of the Southern Bureau of the CPC Central Committee under the direct leadership of Zhou Enlai has been developed deeply within the Kuomintang’s (KMT) territory and part of enemy’s territory is full of strategies, mainly as the consequences of the strong and effective leadership of the party, the clarity of the objects of united front work, the varied methods of united front work, focusing on combining the current situation as well as the personal charm of the leader of united front work.


Southern bureau; United front; Fighting strategies

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