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The Role of Propaganda During the Cultural Revolution in China

This is a mind-map on how propaganda helped the development of communism during the cultural revolution in China.
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Syndi Walton

on 8 March 2011

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Transcript of The Role of Propaganda During the Cultural Revolution in China

Propaganda During the Chinese Cultural Revolution Basic Knowledge 1966 - 1976 A social movement Mao Ze Dong: The Chairman of the Communist Party of China further advance socialism in China Propaganda:
- biased nature
- promoting a particular cause or point of view To create a China which had peasants, workers and educated people working together to catch up and surpass the rest of the world in all aspects: culture, national defense, technology, sports.
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