When analyzed in the context of the first Political Consultative Conference (PCC), a series of multiparty negotiations held in January of 1946, the theory of third party incompetence begins to break down. A more in-depth analysis of the Chinese third force reveals that their liberal philosophies were backed up with practical plans, and primary source documents from the PCC reveal that Chinese liberals in fact possessed a detailed and comprehensive strategy for China’s future.
Winter, Ryan M.
"The Politics of Opposition: China’s Moderates at the Political Consultative Conference of 1946,"
Constructing the Past: Vol. 15
, Article 12.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/constructing/vol15/iss1/12