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During the long march, the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party and the red army created a well-established Yan’an spirit, which could later thrive in among the young revolutionaries. They had vision and desire for a better nation fighting for what they believed was a worthy cause, to defeat Japanese and Nationalist armies through the civil war for the revolutionary victory of 1949. The inspirational Yan’an era was fundamental in establishing the Peoples Republic of China through the 1950s. Therefore, in tracking the Chinese Communist Party development, it is essential for one to understand the Yan’an era, particularly the leadership of Mao, his theories and teachings, and ways of ruling like use of threats and elimination. The Yanan spirit played a great role in the Chinese Cultural Revolution, and it is even visible in modern day China.
After the destruction of the Jiangxi Soviet, the red army marched to Yan’an in northern Shaanxi, where their communist ideologies could be reborn. Yan’an presented the ideal place to stage the communist revolution as it was a peasantry area that was famine and drought ridden. The peasant population worked for Mao and his group as they were easy targets that could accept revolutionary ideas in agriculture. The turning point of the Chinese Communist Party will always be attributed to the long march of the red army to Yan’an. The choice of Yan’an provided a base where the communist would reorganize and rebuild the resistance to the Guomindang Nationalists and the Japanese imperialist1. It was to be the center of communist teachings and development of the theory.
After arriving at Yan’an, the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party was in a state of instability, and although Mao Zedong ascended to leadership, there was still more that needed to be mended. He had to deal with factions of the 28 Bolsheviks that had arrived from Moscow to
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Some say management practices go back “thousands of years to the planning, controlling, directing, and building of ancient pyramids” (Wren & Bedeian, 2009, Fax p. 1). This particular analysis is starting with the late 19th and early 20th century management theorists who began their work during the Industrial Revolution.
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