Chairman Mao and the Long March Persuasive Essay by Top Papers

Chairman Mao and the Long March
A look at why the Long March succeeded.
# 139198 | 1,500 words | 0 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (Asian) , Asian Studies (General)

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The paper discusses various reasons why the leadership style and accomplishments of Mao Dzedong are important, and proves that these skills were able to unite an enormoous nations with hundreds of millions of people now under a single administration, even if there was some cruelty and human rights violations. The paper argues that Mao, without a doubt, took China into the 20th century and turned it into an economically self-sustaining entity.

From the Paper:

"While historians will come up with a number of reasons, a major one was that the previous government, under Chiang Kai Chek was so corrupt, and the ties that the Nationalists had with the United States which created even more anger among the poor and starving peasants. Of course, it was not easy. The long march, in terms of miles, was merely the beginning of turning China from a backwater nation of peasants run by corrupt and greedy officials, into what it has become today: the world's next economic super-power. There were many facets to the so-called "revolution in China at the end of..."

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