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The Making of the First Korean PresidentSyngman Rhee's Quest for Independence$
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Young Ick Lew

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780824831684

Published to Hawaii Scholarship Online: November 2016

DOI: 10.21313/hawaii/9780824831684.001.0001

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Fall from Power in Shanghai and Hawai‘i

Fall from Power in Shanghai and Hawai‘i

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(p.131) Chapter 6 Fall from Power in Shanghai and Hawai‘i
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The Making of the First Korean President
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Young Ick Lew

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University of Hawai'i Press
DOI:10.21313/hawaii/9780824831684.003.0006

This chapter details events in Syngman Rhee’s life during and after his stint as president of the Korean Provisional Government (KPG). Topics covered include the four men who opposed Rhee in Beijing and Shanghai, as well as his perception of each of them; setbacks in Rhee’s diplomatic efforts with the United States at the Washington Disarmament Conference of 1921–1922; his impeachment by the Shanghai Provisional Government in March 1925; his decision to reshape the principles and direction of the Comrade Society of Great Korea to suit his needs, shifting its focus away from the importance of the Shanghai Provisional Government and placed instead on Rhee’s legitimacy as the sole leader of the Korean independence movement; and Rhee’s business ventures.

Keywords:   Syngman Rhee, Korean Provisional Government, president, Comrade Society of Great Korea

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