jueves, 4 de octubre de 2007

Differences between Mao Zedong and Chiang Kai-shek.


Mao Zedong and Chiang Kai-shek, were leaders who had an important participation in the modern history of China with a great amount of differences of political, economic and social ideas and they only shared in common the idea to govern the Republic of China.

Principally, the first of them was the successor of he second, but this event passed because the communist revolution, led by Mao, could take the power in 1949 and overthrow the nationalism, which was led by Chiang Kai-shek. Then, the China before this event was named The Republic of China and after of this, is called the People’s Republic of China

On the one hand, Mao studied law, and he dedicated to the study of the differents philosophical ideas like Marx and the communism ideas that developed the URSS. In the other hand, Chiang Kai-shek was a military man who was dedicated to create strategies in order to organize nationalist state.

While, the govern Chiang had to supported the invasion of Japan, and the second global war, the communist party was supported for the Japanese, which helped in great form to raise the power to Mao.

The only one similarity that had these two Chinese leaders is the idea to raise the power and took the control of all China.

In order to conclude, This leaders political characters of the history of China have many important ideological and polytical ideas.



By: Juan Camilo Escallón R.

1 comentario:

Blacksmith (My True Self) dijo...

Nice. I just wish you gave more insights.