What were Sun Yat-sen’s Three Principles?
Following are the three principles of Sun Yat-Sen’s:
1. Nationalism – this meant overthrowing the Manchus because it was considered as a foreign dynasty ruling on their native land.
2. Democracy – to establish a democratic government in the country to increase people’s participation and overall growth and development.
3. Socialism – to regulate capital and equalise the land holdings for equal economic orientation.