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Identify and describe the main events that led to the Victory of Mao Zedong and the Chinese communists after World War II. Then evaluate the relative success of communism in China based on the events of the Great Leap Forward.

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Events that led to the Victory of Mao Zedong:

Posterous (2010) provides that factors that led to Mao Zedong and Chinese Communist Party victory include an efficient military structure, soldier morale, appealing ideology and promising economic policies for the poor. Mao Zedong and the Communist Party were able to enlist people into the army due to poor living conditions. The Nationalist government had imposed tax increase and this greatly displeased the population and people felt that the government was against them thus resulting in decline in Nationalist support.

Another factor that contributed to victory includes higher soldier morale therefore winning battles and attracting civilian support. Posterous (2010) provides that the Nationalist army had a system full ...

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