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Since 1917, Sun Yat-sen has formed the Military Government ofSouth China as a base for restoring China's unity and enacting the 1912 Constitution. However, this government has been confronted with internal obstacles represented by the domination of the nerve and military parties in the south, especially the military party represented by the Kwangsiclique. As well as weak economic resources, which led to several political repercussions led to Sun Yat-sen to withdraw from Canton and resort to the use of military force to reunification of the country.
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