해방직후 조선민주당의 창당과 변화

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발행기관 : 한국역사연구회 수록지정보 : 역사와현실
저자명 : 김선호

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머리말
1. 조선민주당 창당세력의 일제강점기 경험과 해방직후 정세인식
2. 조선민주당의 창당과정
3. 공산주의세력의 조선민주당 개조활동
4. 개조활동에 대한 조만식계열의 대응
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Abstract

한국어 초록

Right after the Liberation, the faction that led the foundation of the Korean Democratic party(朝鮮民主黨) launched the National Unified Front movement. They were encouraged by the memories of the Shingan-hwae(新幹會) committee’s activities during the Japanese Occupation period, and after the liberation they also became aware of the necessity to devise Socialist policies in the Northern region of the Korean peninsula. The organization of the Korean Democratic party was a result of a mutual agreement between the Communists and the Nationalists. But their respective goals to be gained from the National Unified Front movement were different, so when they were informed of the results of the discussions that were exchanged at the Moscow Conference of Foreign Ministers regarding the foundation of a Korean nation, their cooperation ended and they started to attack each other.
The Communists, with helps from within, brought a complete overhaul to the Korean Democratic party. They changed everything, from the leading committee to the ordinary party members. In the meantime, Cho Man-Sik(曺晩植) and his fellow members, helped by the political factions in the Southern region of the Korean peninsula with which he had established relationships since right after the Liberation, launched a movement rejecting the trusteeship option. Cho Man-Sik also directly contacted the U.S. Army military Government in Korea, and coordinated efforts in tuning their final position dealing with the decision made at the Moscow Conference of Foreign Ministers.
After the Korean Democratic party was considerably overhauled, the Cho Man-Sik faction was completely excluded from the National Unified Front. The Communists newly recruited members from the Cheondo-gyo(天道敎) religious order and also some of the Christians, and they also organized several social organizations, to expand the range of the Unified Front. The Unified Front with Communists was finally established in July 22nd, 1946 when the North Korean Democratic National Unified Front was established. But the fact that the Nationalists were not included, and the fact that the very faction of Cho Man-Sik who was expelled from the party came to lead the Anti-Trusteeship/Anti-Communism movement, seriously hurt the cause of establishing such unified front.

영어 초록

Right after the Liberation, the faction that led the foundation of the Korean Democratic party(朝鮮民主黨) launched the National Unified Front movement. They were encouraged by the memories of the Shingan-hwae(新幹會) committee’s activities during the Japanese Occupation period, and after the liberation they also became aware of the necessity to devise Socialist policies in the Northern region of the Korean peninsula. The organization of the Korean Democratic party was a result of a mutual agreement between the Communists and the Nationalists. But their respective goals to be gained from the National Unified Front movement were different, so when they were informed of the results of the discussions that were exchanged at the Moscow Conference of Foreign Ministers regarding the foundation of a Korean nation, their cooperation ended and they started to attack each other.
The Communists, with helps from within, brought a complete overhaul to the Korean Democratic party. They changed everything, from the leading committee to the ordinary party members. In the meantime, Cho Man-Sik(曺晩植) and his fellow members, helped by the political factions in the Southern region of the Korean peninsula with which he had established relationships since right after the Liberation, launched a movement rejecting the trusteeship option. Cho Man-Sik also directly contacted the U.S. Army military Government in Korea, and coordinated efforts in tuning their final position dealing with the decision made at the Moscow Conference of Foreign Ministers.
After the Korean Democratic party was considerably overhauled, the Cho Man-Sik faction was completely excluded from the National Unified Front. The Communists newly recruited members from the Cheondo-gyo(天道敎) religious order and also some of the Christians, and they also organized several social organizations, to expand the range of the Unified Front. The Unified Front with Communists was finally established in July 22nd, 1946 when the North Korean Democratic National Unified Front was established. But the fact that the Nationalists were not included, and the fact that the very faction of Cho Man-Sik who was expelled from the party came to lead the Anti-Trusteeship/Anti-Communism movement, seriously hurt the cause of establishing such unified front.

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