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Published on April 15, 2008

Author: Tommaso

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Slide1:  Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Communists Take Over China Faces of History: Mao Zedong China under Mao China After Mao Communist China Slide2:  Reading Focus How did the Communists take over China? What were the main events that took place in China under Mao’s leadership? How did China change in the years after Mao’s death? Main Idea China has undergone many changes since becoming a Communist nation in 1949. today, after making many market reforms, China has a rapidly growing economy. Communist China Slide3:  During World War II the Chinese Communists and the nationalist Guomindang put aside differences to fight Japanese invaders. Communists Take Over China Slide4:  Communists Take Over China Slide6:  Summarize Why did peasants support the Communist takeover of China? Answer(s): because the Communists promised them land Slide7:  Having defeated the Guomindang, Mao set about building a Communist China. His first concern was rebuilding a country that had been torn apart by years of civil war. China under Mao Slide8:  Early Years Improvements in literacy rates, public health Chinese life expectancy increased sharply over next few decades Improvements came at a cost To consolidate Communist control over China, government soon began to eliminate so-called “enemies of the state” who had spoken out against government’s policies Many thousands—including public officials, business leaders, artists, writers—killed, or sent to labor camps Slide9:  The Great Leap Forward 1958, in break from Soviet-style economic planning, Mao announced program designed to increase China’s industrial, agricultural output The Great Leap Forward created thousands of communes, collectively owned farms, of about 20,000 people each Each commune to produce food, have own small-scale industry China Modeled on Soviet Union Soviet Union provided financial support, aid in China’s first years China modeled many of its new political, economic, military policies on Soviet system 1950s, territorial disputes, differences in ideology pushed China away from Soviet ally Slide10:  The Great Leap Forward Slide11:  New Movement Mid-1960s, Mao tried to regain power, prestige lost after Great Leap Forward Initiated new movement called Cultural Revolution, sought to ride China of old ways, create society where peasants, physical labor were the ideal Destruction of Society Mao lost control; Red guards murdered hundreds of thousands of people; by late 1960s, China on verge of civil war before Mao regained control Cultural Revolution reestablished Mao’s dominance, caused terrible destruction; civil authority collapsed, economic activity fell off sharply Red Guards Campaign meant eliminating intellectuals who Mao feared wanted to end communism, bring back China’s old ways Mao shut down schools, encouraged militant students, Red Guards, to carry out work of Cultural Revolution by criticizing intellectuals, values The Cultural Revolution Slide12:  Analyze How did life in China change under Mao? Answer(s): The failure of the Great Leap Forward and the isolation of China triggered the Cultural Revolution. Slide13:  Reforms Begin 1976, Mao died; his death followed by retreat from many of his policies China began to end isolation from rest of world in early 1970s 1972, U.S. President Richard Nixon visited China, meeting with Mao During last years of Mao’s life, much power wielded by group of four people known as Gang of Four China After Mao Slide14:  More Freedoms Inspired by movement toward economic freedom Chinese demanded more political freedom Leaders Impatient China’s leaders repeatedly asked protestors to leave square Protestors remained, met with force Pro-Democracy Protestors Spring 1989, democratic reforms in Eastern Europe One million pro-democracy protestors occupied Beijing’s Tiananmen Square Freedom Had Not Arrived June 1989, tanks, troops moved into square Killed protestors in Tiananmen Square Massacre Tiananmen Square Slide15:  This has caused shortages and higher costs for these resources on the global market, as well as air and water pollution within China. China’s economy has grown rapidly as market reforms have continued. Today, China’s economy is the second largest in the world, behind only the United States. As the economy has improved, so has the standard of living for many Chinese. China Today Slide16:  Human Rights Issues Human rights abuses another concern for critics of China Chinese government continues to limit free speech, religious freedoms Exercises strict control over the media Political protestors can be jailed Nation’s courts accused of failing to provide fair trials Critics increased calls for reforms after Beijing chosen to host 2008 Olympic Games Slide17:  Make Generalizations How did China change in the years after Mao’s death? Answer(s): isolation lessened, more moderate leaders took power; new economic freedom led to call for political freedom, improved standard of living

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