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    Achievements Of Mao Zedong

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    How do you think about Mao Zedong 's accomplishments? Will Chinese people have different opinions against your opinion? Mao Zedong was born in December. 26, 1893, Shaoshan, Hunan province, China and died in September. 9, 1976, Beijing. He was principal Chinese Marxist theorist, solider, and statesman who led his nation 's communist revolution He was a leader of the Chinese Communist party from 1935, he was the chief of the state of the People 's Republic of China from 1949 to 1959. He graduated from a normal school and traveled to Beijing. He became a major participant in the United Front. He encouraged to make many revolutionary movement, especially the Cultural Revolution movement and Great Leap Forward. Mao Zedong is one of the members…

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    Mao Zedong Analysis

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    Establishing Communism in China: Mao Zedong 's Take on Communism Mao Zedong was born at the end of the Qing Dynasty (Spence, 1999). This meant that he grew up in a generation that desperately sought out change, revolution, and redemption from its oppression by foreign forces, including the Japanese, the Germans, and the British. As a part of this generation, Mao Zedong felt that he did not belong to the past, as traditional ways were failing to meet the needs of the Chinese people in the modern…

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    Mao Zedong Dbq

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    Mao Zedong got power by promising to make China better in 1950-1976. Communism is a way of organizing a society in which the government 's goal is to have social, political and economic equality that is ruled by a dictator. Mao Zedong did not make a better society economically because landlords were forced to leave their property, their society was not doing well and the society socially had religion and culture destroyed and including discrimination towards landlords. Mao Zedong did not make a…

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    The Mao Zedong: Genocide

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    Amanda Burnett 5/4/16 D - Block World History The Mao Zedong (TseTung) Genocide Through his campaign for Industrialization, the Great Leap Forward, Mao Zedong caused the deaths of 45 million civilians living in the People 's Republic of China. Through various events in the life of the chinese communist leader, Mao Zedong, it lead him to the powerful communist leader that he had become. On December 26th, 1893 Mao Zedong or Mao TseTung was born into a family of peasants,…

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    “Let a Hundred Flowers bloom, let a hundred schools of thought contend” -Mao Zedong, May 1956 This was the beginning of the Hundred Flowers campaign, a movement within the Communist government aiming to terminate restrictions for Chinese citizens and granting them a freedom of thought and speech. Launched by Mao Zedong and the Communist Party of China in 1956, it encouraged Chinese citizens to share ideas, opinions, suggestions and allowed them to openly criticise the party and its policies.…

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    Mao Zedong Thesis

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    From 1943 to 1976, Mao Zedong oppressed China with his leadership. He embodied the principles that Machiavelli stated in his book “The Prince.” While Mao was leader, we know that he wanted to turn China into a superpower country, one that could match the power of the United States and the Soviet Union. Mao’s rule in China caused the people to endure many economic disasters and political terrorism events. While ruling Mao created the greatest famine and genocide in history, millions of Chinese…

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    Mao and Dynastic History Outline Mao Zedong (Mao) was a Chinese Marxist military and political leader. He led the Communist Party of China (CPC) to established People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949. Mao is still a controversial figure today about what he did. Although Mao did not proclaimed himself emperor, the supreme power he controlled and the worship he received by people were even more than a feudal emperor. Mao’s rise to power and the nature of his rule marks a significant break with…

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    Mao Zedong Communism

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    The plan was an extreme change and was set to occur in an unfeasible amount of time given the large magnitude of the plan. This was different than the Soviet interpretation of communism, which was slower, more cautious, and created a gap between the urban and rural societies, which was the opposite of what communism stood for. The Great Leap forward was centered around the countryside and far more drastic. Mao Zedong planned to achieve his goals as fast as possible by two main methods, people’s…

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    Mao Zedong Legacy

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    Communist Party(CCP), Chairman Mao Zedong(毛泽东) was born. Although many of his socialist reforms resulted in failure and caused much devastation for the people of China, his legacy as a nationalist leader and the creator of an independent China still inspires post-Mao generations. Born from a peasant family, Chairman Mao understood what it was like to be in the “98 percent”. This allowed him to make a majority of the population feel connected with him as he once understood their struggles. Mao…

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    Mao Zedong Ideology

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    The bedrock of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) carries the firm imprint of its architect, Mao Zedong. Revered to the extent of a semi-divine individual, he ruled with irrefutable authority and possessed an extraordinary cult of personality. The mark of the Great Helmsman, which was altogether political, cultural, and ideological, had dramatically defined the country. However, his tenure was contingent on his own mortality. Mao’s death in 1976 spurned a political crisis in which the question…

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