Question: What social, economic, and political crises of modern China did the Communist-led revolution attempt to address How adequate (or inadequate) were the solutions offered by the Chinese Communist movement, which brought about a new state in 1949
At any point when a nation and its people are faced with times of change, such evolution can be hectic as it moves forward to approach whatever issues, would need to be handled.
For the citizens of China, they would encounter ramifications of their own, as a result of the advancement of the Communist movement. Over time, the influence of the movement would be determined. According to Maoism, "Deliberate organizing of mass military and economic power was deemed necessary to defend the revolutionary threat, while centralization kept corruption under supervision," ("Communism", p.15). This in itself would appear to be a positive step, but only time would tell how much.
Primarily, it would appear that it would have attempted to address the revolving issues involving the social classes. In the end, "Reviews of Mao's rule are mixed. Mao's Cultural Revolution left millions dead and his apparent unswerving commitment to personal revolutionary immortality led to millions of Chinese being deprived of education and human security during the Cultural Revolution," ("Communism", p.15). The notion of the lack of both education, as well as basic human protection as it would come to human rights, would seem as being a highly inadequate ramification resulting from the movement itself.
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