They are in conflict because of communisms long term

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They are in conflict because of communism’s long term impact on economies. There was a giant, corrupt bureaucracy because of communism fading out and democracy growth. Russia’s democracy has had state corruption, undermined by terrible economic performance, all because of Russia’s communist past. China #2, #8 2.Dr. Sun Yat-Sen originally attempted to build China on the liberal model. Why and how did he abandon that model? During the time that he was going to initiate his ideal, political turmoil ensued due to no political-military force available to prevail in China’s post imperial era. This event caused Sun to envision a strong state to fulfill his new vision. Having established the KMT in 1919 there were two tendencies competing for dominance in the party, a German-style statist model and a communist model. Also with help from General Chiang, there was a revolutionary army committed to Sun’s ideas along with heavy infiltration by Communists who joined his KMT to develop CCP’s influence inside the KMT apparatus and military establishment. What contributions did Mao make to China’s development to the state? He led the party to the defeat of Chiang Kai-shek in the civil war and established the People’s Republic of China in 1949. A Soviet-style command economy characterized by state economic unitsran by the central bureaucracy was installed. A treaty of friendship was made between the PRC and the Soviet Union. Mao created the “Great Leap Forward” policy. 8How do you place Taiwan’s democratization in the general framework of China’s political development? Taiwan is like a mirror image to China’s political development considering their dispositions in politics and economy. Taiwan was considered the model for how China may take the democratization. Taiwan is
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  • Spring '14
  • AbiA.Awomolo
  • Democracy, People's Republic of China, Kuomintang, Chiang Kai-shek

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