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Chinese Communist Party Prime Minister
1,147 wordsSex: Important People Mao Zedong Sex: Male Pronunciation: [mow dzuhdoong] History: also spelled Mao Tse-tung Life: (1893 - 1976) Leader and leading theorist of the Chinese communist revolution, born in the village of Shaoshan, Hunan Province, China, the son of a farmer. He graduated from Changsha teachers training college, then worked at Beijing University, where he was influenced by Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao. He took a leading part in the May Fourth Movement, becoming a Marxist and a founding me...
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