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    Sentences forSong Jiaoren

    • Song Jiaoren led the Kuomintang Party to electoral victories by fashioning his party's program to appeal to the gentry, landowners, and merchants.Republic of China (1912–1949)-Wikipedia
    • Song Jiaoren of the KMT zealously supported a cabinet system and was widely regarded as a candidate for prime minister.Yuan Shikai-Wikipedia
    • Song Jiaoren was expected to become the next premier, but he riled Yuan by promising to pick a cabinet with only KMT ministers.Beiyang government-Wikipedia
    • Instead of attending Nanking's assembly, Song Jiaoren and Chen Qimei gathered the provincial representatives in Shanghai and held an assembly on December 4.Provisional Government of the Republic of China (1912)-Wikipedia
    • The most influential member of the party was the third ranking Song Jiaoren, who mobilized mass support from gentry and merchants for the Nationalists to advocate a constitutional parliamentary democracy.Kuomintang-Wikipedia
    • Song Jiaoren was elected as premier.1911 Revolution-Wikipedia

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