Enrollment Suspension Crisis of National Labor University

Tao Li

Abstract


In 1930 the Ministry of Education ordered National Labor University to stop recruiting students, which led to a series of incidents. There were complex reasons behind the Ministry of Education's action, which involved with groups beyond education and produced profound influences. The National Labor University Enrollment event was more than an education problem, and it also reflected the penetration of state power into the university, the internal clique conflictions in education field and parties, and the university’s loss of independence.


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