Lingering public resentment over the government's crushing of the Tiananmen Square protests in Junecoupled with the collapse of socialism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union, made the future of the Chinese Communist Party CCP uncertain. It was in this period of crisis that Deng Xiaoping launched his "Southern Tour" in spring Although many within the Party, alarmed by world events, called for the slowing down of economic restructuring and the loosening of ties with the West, Deng, by visiting some of the most developed cities along China's coast, argued that continued dominance by the CCP required the acceleration of market reforms.
A personality cult quickly sprang up around Mao, similar to that which existed for Josef Stalin, with different factions of the movement claiming the true interpretation of Maoist thought.
Beaten and imprisoned, Liu died in prison in With different factions of the Red Guard movement battling for dominance, many Chinese cities reached the brink of anarchy by Septemberwhen Mao had Lin send army troops in to restore order.
The army soon forced many urban members of the Red Guards into rural areas, where the movement declined.
Amid the chaos, the Chinese economy plummeted, with industrial production for dropping 12 percent below that of He soon used the excuse of border clashes with Soviet troops to institute martial law. In SeptemberLin died in an airplane crash in Mongolia, apparently while attempting to escape to the Soviet Union.
Members of his high military command were subsequently purged, and Zhou took over greater control of the government. Cultural Revolution Comes to an End Zhou acted to stabilize China by reviving educational system and restoring numerous former officials to power. Inhowever, Mao suffered a stroke; in the same year, Zhou learned he had cancer.
The two leaders threw their support to Deng Xiaoping who had been purged during the first phase of the Cultural Revolutiona development opposed by the more radical Jiang and her allies, who became known as the Gang of Four.
In the next several years, Chinese politics teetered between the two sides. Deng regained power inand would maintain control over Chinese government for the next 20 years.Which best explains how Deng Xiaoping modernized industry in China?
He allowed capitalism in new economic zones. China's economic expansion after the Cultural Revolution is a result of.
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Oct 24, · Deng Xiaoping strengthened China’s trade and cultural ties with the west and was open to foreign investment.
-PREMIER After the stabilization of the country, Deng visited Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore. Born in , Deng Xiaoping (d. ) was one of the first generation of Chinese Communist Party leaders.
He held prominent positions in the government in the s and s, but he was removed from office and imprisoned during the years of the Cultural Revolution, Oct 06, · Watch video · In , China’s Communist leader Mao Zedong launched what became known as the Cultural Revolution in order to reassert his authority over the Chinese government.