PRC18 - NEW DEMOCRACY (1949-1953) STALIN’S CHINA POLICY...

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Unformatted text preview: NEW DEMOCRACY (1949-1953) STALIN’S CHINA POLICY OPPOSITION TO NEW MIGHTY CENTERS OF COMMUNIST POWER SUSPICION OF MAO DOGMATISM SINO-SOVIET TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP, ALLIANCE, AND MUTUAL ASSISTANCE (FEBRUARY 14, 1950) SECRET AGREEMENTS SLOWING DOWN THE PACE OF CHINA’S INDUSTRIALIZATION STALIN AND CHINA ASSISTANCE IN BUILDING AND RECONSTRUCTING ONLY 50 OUT OF 147 PROJECTS THAT CHINA PROJECTED $ 300 MILLION IN LOANS OPPOSITION TO COLLECTIVIZATION YEARLY INDUSTRIAL GROWTH SET THE PLAN AT 14.7 PERSENT INSTEAD OF 20 PERCENT THE KOREAN WAR (JUNE 25, 1950 – JULY 27, 1953) KIM IL SUNG THE UN RESOLUTION (JUNE 27, 1950) JUNE 30, 1950 (TRUMAN’S AUTHORIZATION TO DISPATCH GROUND TROOPS) CHINA’S ENTRY (OCTOBER 19, 1950) MAO AND THE OPPOSITION OF “MARKETERS” MAO’S DEPUTY LIU SHAOQI (1898-1969) PREMIER ZHOU ENLAI (1898-1976) VICE PREMIER DENG XIAOPING (1904-1997) ...
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