Communist Party of China

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  • Liu's How To Be A Good Communist

    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 in order to create a good party member. In addition, Liu compares the ideologies and theories of Marxism-Leninism to those of past Confucian scholars and authority figures. Liu makes it known throughout his speech that…

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  • East Asian Politics

    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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  • Analysis Of Liang Heng's Son Of The Revolution

    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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  • Achievements Of Mao Zedong

    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…

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  • Chairman Mao Song Analysis

    consider Mao to be the narrator, ‘em to be The Nationalist Party and the seven nation army also is the nationalist party. Note, that at the beginning of the March the Nationalist Party forces were over 4 times the size of Mao’s communist forces. In the end, Mao comes on top. 2. Bad Blood - Bastille In short, Bad…

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  • How Did Mao Zedong Promote Communism

    Even though Mao Zedong’s communist party (the CCP) had far less men than his opponents; rejected aid from the Soviet Union at the same time as his opponents received it in massive quantities from the West, he was able to take control of the country in 1949 and establish what is now a regime on the verge of superpower status. Whether this triumph is a testimony to the genius of communist methods, or whether it was rather the result of wider social, economic, political and military conditions, can…

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  • Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution

    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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  • Mao Zedong Positive Effects

    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. Many saw the Hundred Flowers as a period of loosening restrictions based on a system of ideas,…

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  • Xi Jinping Case Study

    In 2016, the Chinese Communist Party celebrated over sixty-seven years in power. Founded in 1949, the People’s Republic of China has been able to survive terrible human tragedies and political upheavals. Examples include the Great Famine and Mao’s Cultural Revolution of 1966-76. While China modeled its system after the Soviet Union, the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party has been unique in overcoming its tragedies, and China has emerged as a powerful and dynamic superpower under the…

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  • Chinese Cultural Revolution Research Paper

    The Chinese Cultural Revolution Grew up and educated in China, the Chinese Cultural Revolution was only briefly mentioned in my history class. The way the textbook described the Cultural Revolution, made it seems so insignificant and “normal”. Living abroad, with access to more information, I want to uncover it from the “history textbook”. First, I want to know how exactly the Cultural Revolution happened and evolved. The Cultural Revolution started in 1966 by Chairman Mao Zedong and the…

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