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Explain how the “thought reforms” of 1950 to 1951 contributed to communist party consolidating power The “thought reforms” immensely consolidated to the communist party power has it introduced harsher penalties on intellectuals, the subversive group such as KMT and Democratic party and it advertently created an anti-party Conspiracy. Firstly, the thought reforms campaigns mounted intellectuals to change their deviant ways. Millions were questioned and “struggle sessions” were held for the dissidents who refused to conform to the Communist ideals. If dissidents didn’t comply, they were sent to the Re-Educations camps were they would to do Hard labor and read about Mao Zedong Thought
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