Communist China under Mao Essay by Master Researcher

Communist China under Mao
A discussion on how the CCP maintained control during the Maoist Era (1949-1976).
# 86817 | 1,350 words | 4 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in History (Asian) , History (Leaders) , Political Science (Communism)

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The paper discusses how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), under its leader Mao Zedong, took control of China in 1949. The paper describes how, within a year, it had consolidated its control, and it continued to maintain control during the Maoist Era (1949-1976). The paper further discusses how, to maintain control, the CCP use a variety of methods. The paper analyzes their political methods of control, including emphasizing campaigns, role models and the bandwagon effect; and their ideological methods, including a heavy emphasis on community ideology and class theory. All of this was underpinned by massive use of brute force.

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