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by: Kaitlyn Young
Kaitlyn Young
Comparative Politics
Dr. Curtis

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Comparative Politics
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kaitlyn Young on Saturday October 31, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Posc 1040 at Clemson University taught by Dr. Curtis in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see Comparative Politics in Political Science at Clemson University.


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Date Created: 10/31/15
China Tuesday October 27 2015 1007 AM The Tankman Initially relatively wealthy students were the main protestors in Tiananmen Square it then spread to everyone government saw this as a threat citizens tried to block the government officials and soldiers from entering the square soldiers then join in on the protest government sends in military grade tanks quotPostTiananmen Dealquot refers to citizens accepting political repression in exchange for economic freedom 0 China39s recent economic growth has been relatively equally dispersed across the country false 0 Chinese citizens no longer revolt against the government demanding greater political freedom false Young Chinese students today are wellversed on the events of 1989 false This is because western corporations have aided the Chinese government in censoring the information on websites like Google China or Yahoo 0 The quotTankman39squot true effect was to help bring down the Soviet Union Notes 0 Tiananmen Square 0 Who Why and What happened 0 China39s economic boom 0 quotTHE story of the 20th centuryquot 0 Reforms results 0 China39s PTD 0 State censorship 0 Growing discontent 0 Implications Any future for democracy 0 quotTwo Chinasquot 0 HUGE enduring divides 0 Urbanrural 0 Richpoor 0 Newold 0 Winnerslosers 0 Consequences Two Chinas Geography 39 Urban 0 Property rights 0 Rural 0 Stateowned land How did China get there Mao Zedong 19491976 0 Chinese Civil War 1927 1949 0 Nationalists vs CCP 0 Great Leap Forward 19581963 0 People39s Communes 0 Collectivization 0 Great Famine 0 Cultural Revolution 19661976 0 Red Guard 0 quotParents may love me but not as much as Chairman Maoquot ltltChinawmagtgt Audio recording started 1010 AM Tuesday October 27 2015


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