Correspondence, speeches and writings, party programs and proceedings, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating
to political conditions in China, the Young China Party, and Chinese relations with the United States.
Zeng Qi (1892-1951) was a distinguished political leader, government official, journalist, and poet. Founder and head of the
Young China Party, Zeng Qi was one of the leading figures of modern China’s "third-force" democratic movements. During times
of national peril, Zeng Qi addressed the Chinese people, saying that nationalism was the only way to save the country from
subjugation and that democracy was the key to China's survival and development.
14 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(6.76 linear feet)
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