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The genocide in China is said to be one of the worst genocides in the world Mao Zedong the leader of China is highly responsible for this horrific period From 1958 to 1969 both the Great Leap forward and the Cultural Revolution were two primary factors that led mass killing in China The Great leap forward was a five year plan to transform Chinas economy and the way of life However because it failed to stabilize a better economy Zedong established the Cultural Revolution in 1961 The purpose of the Cultural Revolution was to remove the old traditions of china such as literature schools libraries and other facilities that provided inequality Indeed both principles had only one major result genocide The worlds oldest continuous civilization and continuous tragedies with 3705000 square miles larger than the United States was initially considered a democratic country under Chiang-Kai-Shek Before Mao Zedongs rule humiliating decades in history invaded China Firs China have been engaged in a Civil war since the onset of the twentieth century From that period China was still in a civil war and conflicts with the Japanese and then during the Second World War Many rulers had tried to reorganize Chinas land and its naval base However China had been devastated with demeaning decades in history that it had little industry and high unemployment Indeed a new period of new ideas awaited China for a change to complete Communist rule and turmoil Mao Zedong was born in Shaochan China on 1893 He was raised from a peasant family both his parents worked at a field making an adequate amount of money Mao started school at the age of eight However his parent urged him that he had to contribute to their work so he later worked long hours
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