Mao Zedong

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  • Cultural Revolution In China Analysis

    How did the Cultural Revolution impact in the production of historical knowledge in China? Timmy Lamwaikit SB420181 In Chinese history, Cultural Revolution has an important position.Most of Chinese know the word,but they do not know what do not mean clearly.So,what is a main mean about Cultural Revolution?And what does its impact? Cultural Revolution is a very complicated thing. Its results with the original purpose of the opposite claims, it makes an extremely tragic consequences. The…

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  • Balzac And The Little Chinese Seamstress Summary

    Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress by Dai Sije embodies China’s revolution carried out by Mao Zedong. The harsh time period, were cruel restriction were implemented in regards to the limitations on western cultures are highlighted by the author when he adds “Balzac” to the title. Honre de Balzac, a French novelist and playwright during the French Revolution, exemplifies the restraints on Chinese society during the Chinese revolution. The fact that his work is western and he is in…

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  • Advantages Of Authoritarianism In Achieving Economic Growth

    Just over a few decades ago, China, South Korea and Singapore were among the poorest with underdeveloped, weak economies. However, these economies were able to grow rapidly and successfully as they were under the authoritarian regimes during their period of growth. Now, the question is: How has authoritarianism helped these states in achieving economic growth? Political stability is one of the most significant authoritarian advantages to economic growth because it allows leaders to come up with…

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  • Hannibal Barca Research Paper

    Comparative paragraph – the two long journeys The two greatest leaders, Hannibal Barca and Mao Zedong, both made the remarkable journey. The first one, Hannibal Barca, was born in 247 B.C. He grew up to be a bold and fearless warrior like his father, who was a general in the army. He decided to march about 2,415 kilometers across the Pyrenees and the Alps. Incredibly, he led the army of about 90,000 men and 37 elephants by walking around 16 kilometers a day for 5 months. Their five-month journey…

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  • Mao Zedong's Role In Chinese History

    Mao Zedong is revered by many as the ‘founding father of modern China’, with his legacy being not only physically but metaphorically embalmed. However, many, particularly in the West, question this reverence in so far as he halted economic and political progress in China via tumultuous campaigns such as the Great Leap Forward. In order to consider if Mao's importance in Chinese history has been exaggerated, his significance needs to be assessed. Looking at Mao's the impact of his policies at the…

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  • Ai Weiwei Without Fear Analysis

    I am well aware of the terroristic regime that Chairman Mao Zedong dictated from 1949 to 1972 and how he is responsible for the deaths of an estimated 49 to 78 million people. Likewise, Mao Zedong is responsible for the largest death toll and genocide in history and those who spoke against his reign suffered the most brutal of consequences. I recall the 100 flowers movement in which Mao Zedong encouraged others to share thoughts on how he should govern china, only to persecute…

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  • Similarities Between The Chinese Republic And The Soviet Union?

    Power. As a result, Chairman Mao idolized the Soviet empire, and utilized it as a model for the Chinese Republic. In order to attain a similar empire to the Soviet Union, the Communist Chinese Republic required a great deal of foreign aid. Therefore, in order to support the expansion of communism, the Soviet Union provided funds to the Chinese Republic. Similarly, during the Korean War, China and Korea faced the newly instituted United Nations. However, through…

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  • Mao Zedong's Great Leap Forward

    At the late of 20th century, Mao Zedong, communist leader, organized the Cultural Revolution in order to assert the authority over the Chinese government. He declared that the nation’s youth to purify the “impure” elements of Chinese society and to revive the revolutionary spirit that lead to victory in the civil war 20 decades earlier in order to restore the China’s reputation and power. However, his leadership position in government as in the Soviet Union was weakened and failed his Great Leap…

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  • Can China Rise Peaceful Essay

    America is and still the number one richest and powerful country on earth beside China.China is the world 's second-largest country in terms of his economy and his population. Nowadays chinese influences are everywhere.Can China rise peaceful?Can America maintain it number one position in the future? what will be the relationship between America and China?If China become number one will most of the world be communist countries like China or will they still be democratic countries? Can one day…

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  • High Tide Rhetoric Analysis

    information has given commentators outside of China added insight into the change of events that came about on the eve of the Socialist High Tide. It is now evident that in the summer of 1955, when faced with party debate on the pace of collectivisation, Mao chose to hasten the speed on the road to Socialism, raising target numbers for cooperatives form 650,000 to 1.3 million. Moreover, in hindsight, scholars can now definitively judge the success of this decision. On this, the general consensus…

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