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The Iconic image of Mao hangs at the Tiananmen Square and Its Futher Implications
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[Student’s Last Name] 1 [Student’s Complete Name] [Professor’s Complete Name] [Course Title] 24 April 2012 The Iconic Image of Mao Zedong at the Tiananmen Square and its Further Implications Introduction Looking back from its modern history which commenced in the year 1940, China is a one turbulent and terribly unstable nation.
Further, the face of China today was an entirely different one before. The penetration of the imperialists deteriorated the economic situation of the country. Political disloyalty and fraud emerged as corruption began to have an effect when the British East India Company earned massive revenues by co-operating with China’s corrupt public officers. The Japanese people attempted to take control of the nation by its Twenty-One Demand that gained severe protests. Mao Tse-Tung or most popularly known as Mao Zedong was one of the young intellectuals who set off the pioneering work of establishing the first Marxism study cluster that aimed to integrate the theories and principles of Marx in the political system of China. In 1921, he co-founded the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which, together with the Kuomintang (KMT), battled against the guerrilla leaders and warlords who ruled lots of Northern China. The [Student’s Last Name] 2 Chinese Communist Party (CCP) – under the leadership of Mao Zedong – eventually took spearhead and control over the entire nation on a completely different path. A Short Biography of Mao Zedong and His Contributions to the Political Scheme of China Mao Zedong was the leading and primary Chinese communist chairman and leader of the 20th century and the chief forefather of the People's Republic of China (PRC) in 1949. ...
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