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In 1981, the Party declared that the Cultural Revolution was "responsible for the most severe setback and the heaviest losses suffered by the Party, the country, and the people since the founding of the People's Republic". 177 Contemporary China Public discussion of the Cultural Revolution is still limited in China.
The Chinese Revolution of 1949. On October 1, 1949, Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong declared the creation of the Peoples Republic of China (PRC). Revolution of 1911 In October of 1911, a group of revolutionaries in southern. China led a successful revolt against the Qing Dynasty, establishing in its place the Republic.
Consequently, a conflict that had begun in North America now escalated around the globe. University of Hawai'i Press. One internal report alleged that Lin had planned to bomb a bridge that Mao was to cross to reach Beijing; Mao reportedly avoided this bridge after receiving intelligence reports. Mao officially declared the Cultural Revolution to have ended in 1969, but its active phase lasted until the death of military leader and proposed Mao successor Lin Biao in 1971. 75 MacFarquhar and Schoenhals,. "Mao's Bloody Revolution: Revealed". New York: Simon Schuster, 1992 isbn. In Wuhan there were 62 suicides and 32 murders during the same period. Thirdly, there was a clear decline in commerce towards the end of the war. Jiang Qing and her allies pinned Deng Xiaoping as the incident's 'mastermind and issued reports on official media to that effect. In Mainland China, the official view of the party now serves as the dominant framework for Chinese historiography of the time period; alternative views (see below) are discouraged. A b Roderick MacFarquhar, and Michael Schoenhals.