Chin A Democratic System

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China is considered to be a democratic system however it has always heavily been ran by Communist parties. This used to be successful, China was considered to be the largest and most advanced economy all the way up to the 19th century. Their economy began to slow, then stagnate, and then eventually begin to decline after the beginning of the 19th century. They had a small up rise in the 1930’s however continued to decline thereafter. Chinese government attempted to run China through a planned economy system however this method did not work efficiently at all and left the Chinese economy stagnated. In 1949, Mao Zedong, the Chinese Communist Party, also known as chairman Mao believed in Marxist- Leninest theories, unique military strategies and different political policies. Mao Zedong attempted a Great Leap forward in which he attempted to rapidly transform China’s economy from an agrarian economy to an industrial one. This change did not pan out, leading to a massive famine killing nearly 20 million and his government position weakening. The Cultural Revolution was initiated in 1966 by Mao Zedong as a way to attack current party leadership and argued for the reemergence of capitalist traits as well as reinstate his power. Mao Zedong attempted to move China’s party system away from the current political party system due to the fact that he believed it was steering China in the wrong direction. His revolution included shutting down schools and the organization of Red Guard

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