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pp. 1007-1024 | Article Number: ijese.2017.068
Published Online: June 17, 2017
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During the recent three decades, China has a high economic growth and this progress hadn’t been realized unless by the policies of communist party. Communist party of China was established in July 1921. Communist party of China used to lead the people in hard battles since 1921 to 1949 and as the result, meanwhile it overthrew imperialism, feudalism and capitalism as well as bureaucratic, it founded people’s republic of China. After founding the republic of China, communist activities intensified in China. Within 1937 to 1945, China communist party became peculiarly popular among people during second war of china and Japan and communists dominated continental part of China and nationalists retreated to the small areas in Taiwan, Peng Hu and Fujian Islands. Meanwhile maintain the independence and security of the country, the people led by communist party realized transferring the Chinese society from modern democratic society to socialists one and China’s cultural and economic affairs achieved huge and unique developments. This study will investigate the role of this powerful party in china and development of this country.
Keywords: China, communist Party, economic reformations, Mao, Deng Xiaoping
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