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請幫我糾正文法錯誤 part 2

The Chinese Beiyang government permitted of to the foreigners so that the government could get money and weapon support to fight their rivals. Because the Beiyang government was too weak, the Beiyang government was decided by the imperialist foreign countries. Some Chinese scholars disagreed with the Treaty of Versailles settlement so they were called the “Shandong Problem”. Some scholars could not see this kind of situation so that they made the movement. Hsu and Chen had the same point of view for Mao Zedong who thinks about the May Fourth movement. Mao Zedong described this movement which was an “anti-imperialist and anti-feudal bourgeois-democratic revolution of China” and was based on the workers, students, and bourgeoisie (Hsu 510). Also, Mao performed that this movement was leaded by the intelligentsias and differed the point of view with Ch’en and Li Ta-chao. Also, Mao described the movement which had divided a line between the “old democracy” and the “new democracy” (Chen 66-67). The “old democracy” was controlled by the Chinese bourgeoisies and was struggled the Chinese culture between the bourgeoisie and the feudal class (Chen 66-67) before the movement. The “new democracy” was controlled by the Chinese proletariats who were the main force under the leadership of the Communist Party (Chen 66-67).

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    The Chinese Beiyang Government agreed with the foreigners’ offer in order to

    obtain money and weapons to fight their rivals. As the Beiyang government was too

    weak, their movements were dictated by the imperialist foreign countries. Some

    Chinese scholars disagreed with the Treaty of Versailles settlement so they were

    called the “Shandong Problem”. Some scholars could not see eye-to-eye of

    such movement. Hsu and Chen shared similar viewpoints with Mao Zedong on the May Fourth movement. Mao Zedong described this movement as an

    "anti-imperialist and anti-feudal bourgeois-democratic revolution of China”, which

    was launched by the workers, students, and bourgeoisie (Hsu 510). Also, Mao

    dictated that this movement was led by the intelligentsias and differ his point of

    view with Ch’en and Li Ta-chao. He also described this movement as the division

    between the “old democracy”and the "new democracy” (Chen 66-67). The

    "old democracy”was controlled by the Chinese bourgeoisies mainly led by

    Chinese culture between the bourgeoisie and the feudal class (Chen 66-67)

    before the movement. The “new democracy” was controlled by the Chinese

    proletariats who were the main force under the leadership of the Communist Party (Chen 66-67).

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