What was the difference between the Chinese Communist Party and the Kuomintang?
The main difference between the Chinese Communist Party and the Kuomintang is that they came to occupy different ends of the political spectrum. Initially, both parties shared the same nationalist roots and sought to save China from the humiliations of life under the Qing dynasty. However, they eventually diverged, with the Kuomintang representing the wealthier classes and the Communists representing poor peasants and industrial workers.
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