Red guards mao zedong

Red guards mao zedong - RED GUARDS In the summer of 1966...

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RED GUARDS In the summer of 1966 there was a new effort on the part of the head leaders in China to further control the actions and thoughts of the people in l China. The Red Guards were the force to do it all. C A group of kids who mostly in their teens and some in college were put into this gang. This so-called military force was called the Red Guards. i Groups of these Red Guards traveled from the large cities all the way to G empty country sides. They held huge demonstrations at every stop. Their e main goal was to eliminate as many as possible of the customs and m traditional thoughts of the old China. They participated in Long Marches t and other activities. a The man they looked up to most was a person by the name of Mao. They carried huge portraits of him and also carried banners and flags. Many T people in the group beat on gongs and drums. Some observers said it p looked more like a circus then a political demonstration. l They did a lot of things that many thought were outrageous. At one point
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