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Mao’s Policies: You Decide…. "Marxism consists of thousands of truths, but they all boil down to one: It's right to rebel against reactionaries." [1] Progress is born in chaos. And originality comes from destruction.

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Mao s policies you decide

Mao’s Policies:You Decide…



  • Without the efforts of the Chinese Communist Party, without the Chinese Communists as the mainstay of the Chinese people, China can never achieve independence and liberation, or industrialization and the modernization of her agriculture.

    • "On Coalition Government" (April 24, 1945), Selected Works,  Vol. III, p. 318.*


Goals
Goals the Chinese Communists as the mainstay of the Chinese people, China can never achieve independence and liberation, or industrialization and the modernization of her agriculture.

  • Goal: Make Everyone Equal/Make a Classless Society

  • Goal: Put Work & Country Above Family

  • Goal: Increase Literacy

  • Goal: Increase Agricultural Production/Become Self-Sufficient in Agriculture

  • Goal: Modernize China

  • Goal: Ensure Equality and Loyalty to the CCP


In theory great leap forward
In Theory: Great Leap Forward the Chinese Communists as the mainstay of the Chinese people, China can never achieve independence and liberation, or industrialization and the modernization of her agriculture.

  • 1958 - Modernize China

  • Create communes, with collective farming (5,000 families)

    • efficiency, greater food production

    • everything is provided, even entertainment

    • “houses of happiness”

  • By 1958, 700 million in 26,578

  • People build internal improvements to modernize China


In practice great leap forward
In Practice: Great Leap Forward the Chinese Communists as the mainstay of the Chinese people, China can never achieve independence and liberation, or industrialization and the modernization of her agriculture.

"it is possible to accomplish any task whatsoever." 1958

  • Communes control everything

  • Work for state, all receive a share of harvest, rest go to state

  • Families split

  • Unrealistic expectations

    • "bourgeois reactionary"

  • Food production fell

    • Industrial distraction (furnaces)

    • 59’ a bad year!

  • Quantity not quality

    • Not built to last



In theory cultural revolution
In Theory: Cultural Revolution responsibility. Comrades, you must all analyze your own responsibility. If you have to fart, fart. You will feel much better for it."

  • 1966, new generation should experience a revolution

  • Created a “Red Guard”

  • Fight the “capitalists”

  • Forced the “former” elite to do manual labor


In practice cultural revolution
In Practice: Cultural Revolution responsibility. Comrades, you must all analyze your own responsibility. If you have to fart, fart. You will feel much better for it."

  • Constant fighting & chaos

  • Millions tortured, imprisoned and killed

  • Production slowed

"Destroy the old world; build a new world."


The new government
The New Government responsibility. Comrades, you must all analyze your own responsibility. If you have to fart, fart. You will feel much better for it."

  • Totalitarian State

    • 1 party dictatorship

  • Rights not protected

  • Critics silenced

  • Enforced Communist views

  • Government leaders above the masses

    • Better jobs, luxury items, controlled government


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