Restoring china

Restoring china - Restoring chinas sovereignty Nationalism,...

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Restoring china’s sovereignty Nationalism, anti-imperialism, and the end of foreign influence o Foreign policy of communist policy in china is anti- imperialism and anti-foreign influence o Aggregates the treaties o National defense becomes a priority Soviet Big brother, the US, and the Cold War o Friendship treaty with the soviet union The Korean War o N invades S o US launches counter attack so China launches a massive attack and the US retreat o Chinese fight the US to a stand still for the next 3 years Taiwan o Risked war with the US over Taiwan o Radicalization and Cultural Revolution Pragmatists/modernizers (Deng) vs. Radical/Maoists (Mao) Mao attempts to accelerate progress and moves in a more radical direction. Members of the communist party (pragmatists) control day to day policy of the communist party Mao doesn’t like that he us just a figure head, that he has been marginalized, so he unleashes the 100 flowers campaign – which encouraged ppl to criticize the party, once the criticism starts it
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course HIST 128 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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