Hi, I need help with essay on Compare, analyse and excerpts from Mao tse-tung and Lin Piao. Paper must be at least 1500 words. Please, no plagiarized work!
In his excerpt in the Voices of Terror, Piao supports the three strategies used by Mao to start a revolution in China. The two leaders were phenomenon in bringing a revolutionary leadership and political environment in China (Bennett, 2003). They led their people in great revolutionary wars against oppression by nations such as Japan. They used the people especially peasants to fight great battles using simple strategies that were well thought and planned.
The two excerpts are similar in that they talk about fighting a people’s war to bring revolution in China. The two leaders wanted to address the injustices and oppression that the Chinese faced in the hands of the Japanese. Led by Mao, the Chinese people experienced victory in the national democratic revolution. Their greatest victory was in the socialist revolution. Mao’s aim was to start a revolution that would seize and consolidate political power for the Chinese people. Mao’s success lied in the fact that he integrated the truth of Marxism-Leninism with the concrete practice of the revolution. He enriched the truth in Marxism-Leninism by using his masterly in generalization, summation and experience gained during the protracted revolutionary struggle (Kau, 2005). His leadership background and religious principles contributed to his success in leading a group of peasants to fight a great battle and obtain great success.
Both Lin Piao and Mao Tse-tung used the theory of the people’s war to fight for their people and obtain great success in battle and political influence. This theory, roved by the long practice of the Chinese revolution was in accordance with the law objectives of such wars. The war was valid for China and revolutionary struggle in other countries throughout the world. For example, Lin Piao in his excerpt argues that Mao’s strategies should be used in different cities to assert the war and amass vast political influence and power for the oppressed people (Laqueur, 2004). Both