Leasership of Mao Zedong

3294 words 14 pages
Leadership of Mao Zedong
RXE
Chen Qianqian
3011521
November 4, 2010

Content Abstract …………………………………………3 Introduction………………………………………4 Biography Family ……………………………………5 Education – Self-study……………………5 Revolutionary road Into the party’s central power………6 Conquest Kuomintang………………7 Rebuild China………………………8 Leadership traits Assertiveness………………………………9 Initiative …………………………………10 Forward-looking……………………………11 Social perception……………………………11 Leadership behaviors Charismatic…………………………………12 Directive……………………………………13
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After than, due to some dissension within the party, Mao became disillusioned with the revolution and moved back to Shaoshan. In October 1925, rekindled by uprisings in Shanghai and Guangzhou, Mao returned and became acting as Propaganda Director of the Kuomintang. At September 9 1927, Mao launched the Autumn Harvest Uprising, announced CPC's independence. Lost the battle, Mao mustered the remaining forces and march into Jinggang Mountains, where Mao take in two local insurgents and merged his troops with Zhu De’s, created the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army of China. In 1928, Mao helped establish the Soviet Republic of China and was elected as Chairman. From 1931-1934, Mao led the red-army defeated five waves of besieging campaigns waged by KMT. The same period, he was criticized as parochialism,opportunism and dogmatism by competitors send by the Central Communist Party, who were well educated and supported by Stalin. Mao was demoted for 3 times and the army suffered defeats. To survive, in October 1934, Red Army started the long march, the party convened Zunyi meeting on the load, in which Mao won back his status in central party. October 1935, the army arrived at Shanxi, ended Long March, made red army be attended and Mao gained lot praise from media.

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