Chairman Mao: Great Leader, Great Teacher, Great Supreme Commander, Great Helmsman and the Great Leap Forward
Goh, Janice Phaik Lin
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The Great Leap Forward brought famine and other disasters to China, but did not impair Mao's standing with the Chinese people. This paper explores how the Hundred Flowers Campaign prepared the population for acceptance rather than protest.
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