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Ch.18.3 Communism Spreads in East Asia
China’s Communist Revolution Mao Zedong Support of peasants Land for poor Conquered Tibet in 1950
Communist one-party totalitarian state Discouraged Buddhism, Confucianism Opponents= counterrevolutionaries Beaten, labor camps or killed
Collectivization Great Leap Forward program Increase output Communes Program failed 55 million starved
1966 Mao launched the Cultural Revolution Schools closed Bourgeois beaten/killed
China, the Cold War’s Wild Card Tensions with Soviets U.S. dealt with Jieshi in Taiwan China in U.N Nixon meets with Mao
1979 set up diplomatic relations with China Taiwan resisted China’s rule
War Comes to Korea Split in two after war Divided along the 38 th parallel of latitude North Korea, communist led by Kim IL Sung
South Korea backed by U.S. led by Syngman Rhee Sung attacks and moves deep into S. Korea U.S. and U.N step in
Mostly U.S. troops Pusan Perimeter Captured rail lines and cut off troops, food, ammunition U.N. moved north to the boarder of China
China helped push the U.N. back to the 38 th parallel Stalemate 1953 armistice
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