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  1. 1934 - 1935
  2. Communist Party
  3. Vladimir Lenin
  4. Otto Braun
  5. 1966 - 1968
  1. a The Great Proletariat Cultural Revolution. Mao's effort to truly remake China into a pure communist state. Everything and everyone that was even remotely associated with the old ways (pre 1949) were potential victims. Traditional beliefs, customs, thinking and values were attacked. The persecution went even beyond that. Red Guard units began fighting Red Guard units, each side proclaiming that they were the TRUE followers of Mao. Many were killed and millions were sent to work in harsh conditions in the countryside to be "reeducated". A good overview - http://spice.stanford.edu/docs/115
  2. b Russian communist Politician
  3. c Prime minister of Prussia
  4. d The Long March. The Chinese communist retreated under immense pressure from the Nationalist (Chiang Kai Shek). Many of the communist who started the retreat died on the 3,000-mile journey due to the harsh conditions, and constant attacks by the Nationalist Army; however, the communist were not eliminated and they lived to fight another day. Although so many communist died the Long March becomes a symbol of the courage and dedication of the followers of communism. By the end of the Long March Mao Zedong is recognized as the undisputed leader of the Communist Party
  5. e Strict under Mao, no freedom of speech

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Kuomintang of China, more free than
  2. Also know as China, is the world most populous state in the world with over 1.3 billion people
  3. Villages set up by Mao to modernize china through a whole community
  4. Communist China war hero against Japan and America. He was the Defense Minister of China from 1949 to 1959. He lost his position when he criticized Mao's decisions in the Great Leap Forward
  5. leader of North Korea until his death in 1972. Started the Korean War in 1958. He modeled his rule using Joseph Stalin as a role model. His son, Kim Jong Il, now rules.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Chiang Kai - ShekMao Zedong's last wife, was in the gang of four

          

  2. BourgeoisieThe social class that owns the means of production in a capitalist society

          

  3. Liu Shaoqikey figure behind the start of the Cultural Revolution. Heir apparent to Mao. Died escaping China after it was found out that he was plotting to have Mao assassinated.

          

  4. Sun Yatsen- Leader of the first modernized army in China

          

  5. 1989The Beijing Massacre in Tiananmen Square. Deng Xiaoping did a marvelous job of developing China's economy. He was a communist but he introduced capitalist type economic reforms to help China grow; however, he was against political reform. When college students peacefully protested for democratic reform, and refused to disband, the Communist government under Deng sent in the tanks. Thousands of college students were killed and many many more were rounded up and imprisoned. The West spoke out against the violence of the Chinese government, but the criticism had little effect. By the late 1990s China was being considered for membership into the prestigious WTO. They were accepted into the WTO in 2001.
    China Today - Human Rights and the Economy

          

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