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1,217 words... f this program was an increase in infanticide. Female babies were most at risk because of the desire for a male heir to carry on the ancestor line placed a great value on male children. In 1984, China's birth rate was down to the replacement level of 2. 1 births per woman. By 1986, China's growth rate had fallen to 1 % which is far below the 2. 4 % growth rate that many less developed countries were reporting. China's birth rate stood at 18 per 1000, its population was projected to be 1. 2 b...
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Chinese Communist Party Prime Minister
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Dalai Lama Mao Zedong
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Mao Tse Tung Chinese Communist Party
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756 wordsPerhaps Noam Chomsky best summed up the French sentiment toward World War 2 when he said, 'History hath triumphed over time, which besides it nothing but eternity hath triumphed over. ' (Herotodus 92) Although it was not clear in 1940, we now know that World War 2 was actually a monumental conspiracy by the French lower-class in their attempt to distract its citizens from the democracy of the New Historicism movement. This claim is supported by three moving facts: the Italian Declaration of 1777...
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Opium War Chinese Leaders
760 wordsHistory of China can reveal many interesting facts to learn. It is full of wars and political challenges, revolutions and tortures. Chinas civilization is one of the most ancient that has great cultural values. To begin with three feudatories, which grew out of the three chief economic areas of the Han Dynasty. The leaders of the kingdoms strove to reunite the empire and were therefore at constant warfare. These three kingdoms were the Wei, in northern China, the Shu to the west, and the Wu in t...
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Practice Of Giving Names Practice Of Giving One
726 wordsName Paper. The practice of giving a name goes back into prehistoric times. There was always a need to call people, while you address them, probably with the evolution of speech, appeared the need for giving people proper names. Names are used in all the parts of the world, in all the cultures and religions. Some cultures have more difficult ways of naming, like the traditions in China and Arabic countries. In Indonesia the names were very simple, just one single name. Names have many purposes, ...
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Mao Zedong Soviet Union
770 wordsPSC 211 Final When we talk of China in the second half of twentieth century, we better refer to this country as awaken giant. Until the Communist revolution in 1948, China used to be exploited by Western countries and regarded by them as the nation with strong body, but stupid head. After Mao Zedong came to power, China had radically changed its domestic and foreign policies. Just like in Soviet Union, Communists deployed the program of collectivization, which was based on the elimination of pri...
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Karl Marx Marx Thought
1,091 wordsKarl Marx The philosopher, social scientist, historian and revolutionary, Karl Marx, is without a doubt the most influential socialist thinker to emerge in the 19 th century. Although scholars largely ignored him in his own lifetime, his social, economic and political ideas gained rapid acceptance in the socialist movement after his death in 1883. Until quite recently almost half the population of the world lived under regimes that claim to be Marxist. Karl Marx be called both harmful to mankind...
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Chinese Communist Party Mao Zedong
1,410 wordsThe history China: Politics China The history of China is embedded with revolution and tension dating back to the feudal periods and the first unified Chinese empire under Qi Shi Huang Di in 221 B. C. The Confucianism ideology entrenched in the minds of the Chinese people with its conservative base and the need to achieve harmony in society has yet to be reached and most likely, never will. The proletariat is at the heart of the Marxist-Maoist approach to politics and the basic way of life for t...
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Chinese Communist Party World War Ii
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Open Door Policy Mao
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1,476 wordsI. CONTEXT Tibet knew its first famine during 1960 - 62, as a result of the Chinese invasion of 1950. The food shortage occurred because Chinese colonizers settled massively, increasing the population, and because of the changes imposed on Tibetan traditional agriculture by Mao? s? Great Leap Forward. ? Death Roll Accurate estimations and data about Tibetan victims of the Chinese genocide are hard to find, given that China provides biased information. However, associations like? Friends of Tibet...
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