History of China - Mao Zedong
History of China - Mao Zedong

History of China - Mao Zedong

Lead Author(s): Amy Chen

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Of which party was Mao a founding member?

Of which party was Mao a founding member?

A

The Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang

B

The Communist Party of China

C

The Union of Chinese Nationalists

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Question 2

What does the term “bandwagoning” mean?

A

When a state rises in power, other states take their side in order to be safe and also rise in power.

B

When a weak state allies with another weak state in order to balance out a hegemonic threat.

C

When a weaker state allies with a stronger state in order to concede to the latter’s state’s power and gain incentives for their alliance.