Abstract： In the transition from the old to the new democratic revolution, a close relationship was established between newspapers, journalists or literary elites and political organizations that represented military and political interest groups. Faced with wars among warlords and the propaganda of national unification, various military and political interest groups actively and appropriately played their political roles and consolidated their positions by manipulating different newspapers and media in the tide of social changes. They gave full play to the advantages and characteristics of their own groups to grab political capital. This paper has examined the critique made by the KMT’ s elites, such as Ma Junwu, for the Progressive Party leader Liang Qichao, the old grudges between the Progressive Party and the KMT, the guidance of the political public opinion, the internal division of Guangzhou and the KMT’ s choice of political public opinions, the northsouth confrontation and the symbolic meaning of Sun Yat-sen’ s moving northward, whereupon further exploration is made regarding the roles of the media and the narrative strategies adopted by them in confronting with the conflicts among warlords and the benefit division between Sun Yat-sen’ s revolutionary party and its rivals.
王天根. 国民党与国家统一舆论下的报刊言路（1919-1925）[J]. 《兰州大学学报（社会科学版）》, 2015, 43(2): 33-.
WANG Tian-gen. Newspaper Conductions under the KMT Governance and Propaganda of National Unification, 1919- -1925. JOURNAL OF LANZHOU UNIVERSITY (SOCIAL SCIENCES), 2015, 43(2): 33-.