Week 3-2 GLF (1)

Week 3-2 GLF (1) - (1956) 3. The Anti-Rightist Campaign...

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POLC 3020: Week 3 (2) The Great Leap Forward Sept. 10, 2010
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Questions What did the state-building process look like in China? (Ideology, agriculture, and industry) How was the Maoist doctrine applied to the new communist republic? (Socialist campaigns)
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Socialist Transformation A. Ideology 1. The Three-Anti-Five-Anti Campaigns (1951-52) - Aiming at purging opportunists - Aiming at attacking the bourgeoisie 2. The 100 Flowers Campaign
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Unformatted text preview: (1956) 3. The Anti-Rightist Campaign (1957) Sot Transformation B. Agriculture 1. Land Reform (1950-52)- Land redistribution 2. Socialization of Agriculture (1953-57)- Mutual Aid Team (1953)- Agricultural Producers Cooperative (1954) Sot Transformation C. Industry 1. The 1 st Five-Year Plan (1953-57)- Large-scale heavy industry at the cost of lighter consumer industry and agriculture 2. Redness vs. Expertise...
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Week 3-2 GLF (1) - (1956) 3. The Anti-Rightist Campaign...

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