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MAO TSE DONGS INIQUITY IN CHINA Maos era had a devastating impact in China These impacts are still visible today Mao has deceived a whole generation forcing people to work to their deaths using his propagandas Maos a very bad economist who wouldnt listen to other peoples opinions He follows the steps of Adolf Hitler by encouraging hate crimes and classifying people into categories In the view of political philosophy he claims to liberalize the people of China but he only worsened the lives of the people of China Mao was the leader of the CCP Chinese Communist Party He fought the nationalists Led by Zhou Yin Lai Zhou had more military power but Mao uses the peasants to help him win the war He realizes that the majority of Chinas population is peasants He won the peasants support by using land reforms He took land away from the rich With the support of the peasants he won the war against the Nationalists and forced them into Taiwan Mao came into power in the late 1940s Realizing how successful the land reforms were he continued the land reform movement especially in the rural area This movement helped him gain a lot of power Since majority of the populations benefited from this movement they supplied him with endless support He became their red sun My mom was from a peasant family in China She uses to tell me stories of how she was when she was young Teachers in school use to teach students to sing nothing but the best things about Chairman Mao She really believed in every word in those songs and thought that Maos life was more important than her own Mao wanted to follow in the steps of Russia Mao thought that China should be industrialized in order to keep up with other developing countries Again Mao called upon the peasants to take the burden Families
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