Leasership of Mao Zedong

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Leadership of Mao Zedong
RXE
Chen Qianqian
3011521
November 4, 2010

Content Abstract …………………………………………3 Introduction………………………………………4 Biography Family ……………………………………5 Education – Self-study……………………5 Revolutionary road Into the party’s central power………6 Conquest Kuomintang………………7 Rebuild China………………………8 Leadership traits Assertiveness………………………………9 Initiative …………………………………10 Forward-looking……………………………11 Social perception……………………………11 Leadership behaviors Charismatic…………………………………12 Directive……………………………………13
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In 1942, to compete against rival group leaded by Wang Ming, “Zheng Feng Movement” was launched, which furthered Mao’s consolidated power over the Communist Party. In 1943, Mao was elected as Chairman of Central Political Bureau of CRC. In the seventh congress of 1945, Maoism was established as the Party’s guiding principles. During the period, Mao received many visitors and journalists attracted by his fame, at the same time, administrated the Communist to help resistance against Japan, he also released a lot of books and articles that time. At August 25th,1945, Mao accepted the invitation from Chiang Kai-Shrek and went to Chongqing for negotiating of conciliation, through excellent public relation work, Mao introduced the CRC to the city. The relationship was fragile, at the day of 12th March 1947, KMD air raided CRC’s capital Yanan, declared the Civil War. During the following 5 months, the army was fighting defensive warfare under Mao’s commendation. On third august, the strategy was transformed from defense to counterattacking. The troops occupied Beijing in January 1949, where the headquarters move in after 3 months, than Nanjin in April, Shanghai in May, Changsha in August, indicated victory of People’s Liberation Party’s. At September 30th ,1949, Mao was elected as Chairman of the Communist Party of China. Next day, he announced the foundation of People’s Republic of China. In December 10, Chiang Kai-shek evacuated from the mainland to

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