Hey, do any of you guys know much about Hu Hamnin? I first came upon his name when I read Jonathan Fenby's biography on Chiang Kai-shek. I know that Hu Hanmin at one point was one of the big three leaders in the Kuomintang. These men were Wang Jingwei, who headed the leftist faction of the KMT (and who was probably ideologically closest to Sun Yat-sen); Hu Hanmin, who originally led the conservative faction of the KM; and Chiang Kai-shek, who initially drew his power from the military. I have searched this forum and haven't found too much information here besides some mentioning of factional politics.
According to Hu's page on Wikipedia, "Hu's political philosophy was that one's individual rights are a function of one's membership in a nation." I find it pretty vague, and I'm not really sure what it means. Can someone clarify what his political philosophy was, what he did, and how was he regarded (according to Wikipedia) as a "very important right-winger"?
Any Information on Hu Hanmin?
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