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Mao Zedong and Kim-Il-Sung are two leaders who were very powerful and both Communist however they both achieved communism in two separate ways While Mao Zedong slyly got the people of China to do the things he wanted them to do Kim-Il-Sung forced people to do the things he wanted them to do They both believed in Communism but Mao Zedong provided a better way of establishing communism in China than Kim-Il-Sung in Korea Mao Zedong created a communist country but not right away Before he could take over a ruler name Chang-Kai-Shek was in power at the time Chang-Kai-Shek wanted a non-communist government Mao Zedong disagreed Mao Zedong believed in communism because he thought it was fair and it was a correct way of running a country In order to support his country he began to win people over to communism Soon many people followed him started to disagree with Chang-Kai-Shek and thought that Mao Zedong should be the leader Mao Zedong fought with Chang-Kai-Shek until he drove him out of China to Taiwan Mao Zedong began right away to turn the whole country into communism He started making promises that he would make a better life for the poor he would create a modern economy and he would restore China back to the most powerful country He continued to get what he wanted for the country but very subtly and without any violent action which is a very clever way to do things Kim-Il-Sung was first apart of the military which helped him gain power in Korea He believed that Korea should be all communist so he led an invasion of South Korea to forcefully turn them communist This of course did not work on North Koreas part Kim-Il-Sung often resulted to violence when something did not go his way Kim-Il-Sung was very pushy with everything he always did everything violently
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