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Running head: MAO ZEDONG AND THE GREAT LEAP FORWARD1Mao Zedong and the Great Leap Forward Scott McTavishSouthern New Hampshire University
MAO ZEDONG AND THE GREAT LEAP FORWARD2Thesis StatementDespite the Great Leap Forward being intended to accomplish major economic and technical development at a much faster rate and with greater results like a utopian society in China, the plan ended in an unprecedented human disaster due to focus on unrealistic goals and lack of sufficient planning. Historical ContextArticle Citation andName of EventHistorical Context of EventImpact of Historical Context on Thesis StatementChina's Global Identity: Considering the Responsibilities of Great Power. Author: Boon, H. T. (2018). China's The article captures the identity of high power in China based on its position and the role the United States played in shaping its face. Similarly, it examines the question of the role of China as a responsible power in major diplomacy trajectories. Based power responsibility that was evident in China in their attempts to realize their identity, the historical
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Mao Zedong, People's Republic of China, Deng Xiaoping, Zhou Enlai, Cultural Revolution, Liu Shaoqi