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Chinese Revolution I. Family Reform II. Social Reform III. Land Reform IV. Revolution A. Mutual Aid Teams B. Great Leap Forward V. Conseqences
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Peasant Contributions
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Land Reform, Peasants Burn Land Deeds
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Mao Zedong The Long March (1934)
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Chairman Mao “On New Democracy” “So-called wholesale Westernization is a mistaken viewpoint. China has suffered a great deal in the past from the formalist absorption of foreign things. Likewise, in
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Unformatted text preview: applying Marxism to China, Chinese Communists must fully and properly unite the universal truth of Marxism with the specific practice of the Chinese revolution; that is to say, the truth of Marxism must be integrated with the characteristics of the nation and given a definite national form before it can be useful; it must not be applied subjectively as a mere formula. Cultural Revolution Shanghai...
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2008 for the course HIST 21C taught by Professor Pomerantz during the Summer '08 term at UC Irvine.

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