Essays on Mao Zedong

Mao Zedong: Reforms In China

The purpose of this essay to introspect on the reforms that Mao established in China such as a new democracy, Cultural Revolution, Law of contradiction, Mass line and the protracted people’s war amongst others. Although most of his reforms failed, however, they also had positive effects that gave birth to the emancipation of women, increased...
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Mao Zedong: The Emerge Of Figure From The Opportunity

The concept that history provided the opportunity for the emergence of Mao Zedong to become a great figure is accurate to a limited extent. Mao Zedong acted as a revolutionist where he led the Chinese people to a communist revolution in which the fundamentals of China were significantly altered. “One can fairly regard Mao Zedong...
1201 Words 3 Pages

Mao Zedong: Consequences Of The Great Leap Forward Of 1958-1962

Introduction: Imagine a nation of people dropping dead during the wake of a new plan which promises a better life. With high hopes to make China equal in class to Great Britain by 1980, the Great Leap Forward of 1958-1962, became the largest political and economic disaster in history. Mao Zedong’s word was so powerful...
898 Words 2 Pages
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