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    The Communist party is the one party in control currently, created in 1921 the communist party of china finally accepted the people’s republic of china in 1949 after years of armed struggle. The Party's 85-million membership makes it the largest political party on earth. Every important choice affecting China is first debated and permitted by a handful of men who sit on the party's Political Bureau or Politburo which is the nexus of all rule in this land of 1.3 billion. The 25-member Politburo is chosen by the party's Central Committee. New Politburo members are elected only after rigorous debate and examination of their credentials, knowledge and views. To reach the top, people need a sturdy record of accomplishment working for the party,…

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    The Tiananmen square protests of 1989 quickly turned into The Tiananmen square massacre was the most gruesome historical event in Chinese history, killing hundreds. Tens of thousands are arrested, many are imprisoned, and an unknown number are executed. Chinese troops bombarded Tiananmen Square in Beijing, killing and arresting thousands of pro-democracy protesters. The brutal Chinese governments assault on the protesters shocked the West and brought denunciations and sanctions from the United…

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    Since the 1920s, Soviet communist advisors had been sent to help the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) become organized and carry out the communist revolution, but the Soviet communist advisors’ advice almost led to the complete and utter destruction of the Chinese communists at the hands of the Kuomintang (Chinese Nationalist Party, hereafter KMT). Another issue between the two parties was the fact that Mao based his communism on the idea of the mobilization of the Chinese peasantry, which was not…

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    The Communist Party of China was formed in 1921. It was under Mao Zedong's control beginning in 1927. Mao led a revolution and followed the example of the Soviet Union through the way they led and developed their country by industry and support from the Peasants although it caused him to fail in the end. Mao split from what was known as Marxism and developed Maoism, the Chinese way of communism. Mao was upset with the Soviet Union leader Khrushchev because he believed in peaceful living…

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    deservingness to be labeled as a Communist? Is it his or her actions, status, education, mindset, or something entirely different? According to Liu Shaoqi, Chinese Communist Party theoretician and Mao Zedong 's successor as the head of state, it is not a singular aspect of an individual 's life that will make them a true Communist, but a combination of them all. In his 1939 speech, How To Be a Good Communist, Liu outlines the main actions, practices, and lifestyle choices that need to be exacted…

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    “History does nothing; it does not possess immense riches, it does not fight battles. It is men, real, living, who do this.” This was said by communist philosopher Karl Marx. His words essentially mean that the past has no use, the only thing that matters is the present. This greatly shaped the revolutionary communist leader Mao Tse-Tung’s thought process. Mao Tse-Tung led China between 1945-1976. During his time in power, he implemented many changes, both economically and socially. Mao…

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    Mao Zedong Dbq Analysis

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    invaded China and occupied large parts of it until Japan’s defeat in WW2. The Chinese Communist Party established the People’s Republic of China. This caused the relationship between Chinese peasants and the Chinese Communist Party to change greatly. The peasant class developed a nationalistic movement for themselves, peasants gained social equality and the anti-Japanese beliefs grew. In this time period, the Japanese peasant class fought for nationalistic movements. Mao Zedong, a rising leader…

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    East Asian Politics

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    Researching about East Asian politics, the first step is apprehending definitions. The word “East Asian politics” means politics in East Asia and “East Asia” contents: China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. According to O’Neil Politics is “the struggle in any group for power that will give one or more persons the ability to make decisions for the larger group” (O’Neil 2010). Consequently, analyzing East Asian politics is examining the struggle for power or in other word ruling state in East Asian…

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    Liang Heng, the author of “Son of the Revolution”, spent almost his whole life under the Communist Party of China, and he was able to share all the details of his difficult life with the world through writing with the help of his wife, and co author, Judith Shapiro. Liang Heng’s life was filled with suffering from sacrifices he and his family made to please the Party. After making it through life with the cap of being the son of a rightist and having a father accused of having capitalist…

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    From 1949 through 1976, Mao Zedong ruled China under a Communist form of government. Throughout Mao’s reign, a number disasterous military, economic, and social endeavors should have buried him politically. Some of these endeavors include China’s involvement in the Korean War, the Great Leap Forward, division of the Communist party, and relations with the Soviet Union and the United States. However, his popularity and role as the ultimate leader kept Mao in power, so much so as to spark the…

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