Week 12 - during the Civil War – Does Esherick see the Civil War as an extension of the Second Sino-Japanese War or a radical shift – Compare

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/28/11 The Birth of the PRC Jaymin Kim
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5/28/11 Review Chinese Civil War (1946-1949) Marshall Mission (Dec. 1945) CCP-GMD Truce (Jan.-April 1946) CCP gains Manchuria (Oct. 1948)- Lin Biao Battle of Huai-Hai (Nov. 1948) PRC established (Oct. 1949) Early Years of the PRC (1949-1958)
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5/28/11 Discussion- Civil War Esherick article What does Esherick have to say about social transformations, the expansion of state authority, and social movements
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Unformatted text preview: during the Civil War? – Does Esherick see the Civil War as an extension of the Second Sino-Japanese War or a radical shift? – Compare the representation of both 5/28/11 Discussion- Early Years of the PRC • Compare – Focus on these two sets of readings and discuss what they tell us about the early years of the PRC. Do you see a shift regarding economic policy and the role of Mao and the Party? • First five years (p. 452-7) • Hundred Flowers Movement (p. 458-68)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2011 for the course ASIAN 205 taught by Professor Young during the Spring '06 term at University of Michigan.

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Week 12 - during the Civil War – Does Esherick see the Civil War as an extension of the Second Sino-Japanese War or a radical shift – Compare

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