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Yet the leaders of the CCP were not convinced that they should entirely rule out the possibility of a negotiated settlement with the GMD. C OMMUNIST R ATIONALES FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE N EGOTIATIONS Indeed Mao may have surprised many observers when he accepted the invitation to fly to Chongqing for the talks initiated by Hurley. If the issue of China’s political future had been solely up to the Nationalists, Mao asserted on October 17, civil war would indeed have been the only possible outcome of the talks.

In 1945 the situation worsened. Hu and his cohorts became convinced that the Guomindang’s economic high-handedness was possible only because of the absence of political democracy in China. 48 34 C H I N A ' S I N E V I TA B L E R E V O L U T I O N In the course of the preparatory committee’s work, Zhang and other committee leaders also had occasion to hold talks with Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai in Chongqing. At that time, the Communist Party’s policy was to encourage the proliferation of democratic political groups in China.

48 34 C H I N A ' S I N E V I TA B L E R E V O L U T I O N In the course of the preparatory committee’s work, Zhang and other committee leaders also had occasion to hold talks with Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai in Chongqing. At that time, the Communist Party’s policy was to encourage the proliferation of democratic political groups in China. Within the broad framework of New-Democratic politics, the CCP reasoned that such organizations would, by their very nature, oppose the Guomindang dictatorship, thereby establishing common ground for an alliance with the Communists.

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