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The Cultural Revolution and its aftermath, 1966-76

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When did Nixon visit Beijing?
Out of 23 politburo members, how many survived the purge?
The failed anti-Confucius campaign was launched by what group?
When was the four olds launched?
What was a positive of the Up to the mountains campaign?
Who did Mao want to seize power back from?
Factions of what group developed during the CR?
What occurred in August 1966?
When did Mao die?
What were the four olds? (ICCH)
What were the four modernisations introduced by Zhou Enlai? (AIDS)
What was published in 1964 which showed Mao's most famous statements?
Mao called the CR the quest for what?
How many people were killed during the purging of CCP membership?
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What campaign was introduced that saw young guards sent to the countryside?
How many were arrested during the winding down of the CR?
Who did Mao want to mobilise to support him?
What was used to restore order after the CR?
What subcommittee was formed during the CR?
Which two leaders did the CR aim to destroy?
Which class were attacked during the CR?
During the CR, what percentage of party cadres were purged at regional and provisional levels?
Who was the chief of propaganda?
What did Mao tell the young people to attack?
How many guards were sent to countryside as part of this campaign? (Q21)
How much of the central committee was deposed?
Who did Jiang Qing denounce as an agent for the American CIA?

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