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The Massacre at Tiananmen Square It was a bloody massacre The Massacre of Tiananmen Square in Beijing China that is It was boycott against the government The people wanted freedom They wanted democracy They wanted to know why Hu Yaobang was dismissed in January 1987 NMISorg Chronology Page 1 They were angry that students who wanted to know why he was dismissed were arrested Inside China Today Part OneAll these facts were reasons for the Massacre of Tiananmen Square in which according to Chinas Red Cross two thousand six hundred people were killed and 7000 were wounded Inside China Today Part Five The question is did the government have the right to use force to stop the protest The answer is yes because the people were warned and were trying to change something that would be very hard to change Tiananmen Square was a place of protest in April May and June of 1989 NMISorg Students from Beijing University as well as many other schools were boycotting against the government They would protest at Tiananmen Square Tiananmen Square is one of the largest public squares in the world which has an area of over one hundred acres Encyclopedia Britannica In this large area massive amounts of brutalities took place Large tanks crushed eleven students and many other students were shot and killed The people were warned to stay away from Tiananmen Square Specifically on June 3rd at 1000 PM the loudspeakers at Tiananmen Square cautioned the students to stay at home Inside China Today Part Five Also if that didnt warn the people enough the fact that so many people were dying should have told them that it just wasnt worth it One of the main reasons for all of the protests is because of communism The students did not want communism but would rather have a democracy This is not the way to fix communism It would have
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