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Developing the Western Region in the Primary Stage of Socialism

  • Shiyuan Hao
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Abstract

In the more than 100 years between the outbreak of the First Opium War in 1840 and the founding of the People’s Republic in 1949, dramatic social changes took place in the ancient land of China. Waves of young men and women with lofty ideals emerged who were willing to spill their blood and sacrifice their lives to extricate their country from the peril of losing sovereignty under humiliating terms and to write a new chapter in the unremitting struggle of the national salvation movement in order to set China on a new course for the future. Eventually, the CPC, which was established in 1921, led the people of all China’s nationalities onto the path of anti-imperialist and anti-feudalist self-determination, and established an independent New China. History shows that only the CPC was capable of saving China.

Keywords

Western Region Class Struggle Nationality Work Autonomous Area Minority Nationality 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shiyuan Hao
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  1. 1.Chinese Academy of Social SciencesBeijingChina

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