Tiananmen Square Massacre, The

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Following the death of Mao Zedong, China experienced rapid political and economic reform throughout the late 1970s and 1980s. As these changes took effect, many Chinese people were inspired to push toward democracy. However, the country’s Communist government was not willing to accept such a change. On June 4, 1989, hundreds of pro-democracy protestors were killed as the Chinese military fired on its own citizens. Readers will discover how the pro-democracy movement formed, why the military attacked the demonstrators, and how the Chinese government handled the aftermath of the massacre.

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Pages: 64

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Read about the events of the Tiananmen Square massacre and learn how they have shaped our world today. Inside this book you will find out why China saw economic reform in the 1980s, how a pro-democracy movement began to spread throughout China, and how the Chinese government dealt with the aftermath of the incident.

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