The chinese communist revolution or the 1949 revolution was the culmination of the chinese communist party's drive to power since its founding in 1921 history. The communist revolution in china ap world history constantly faced opposition from the newly developed chinese communist party the communist revolution. In 1966, china’s communist leader mao zedong launched what became known as the cultural revolution in order to reassert his authority over the chinese government.
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