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World War II
x total war—civilians, technological warfare, prisoners of war increases
x Nazi Partyplanned agenda or circumstance
o Blood and Space—“Blut und Boden”
o anti-Semitism Æ the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people
x the US and Nazi Germany both had anti-interracial marriage laws
x the human ladder presented by Hitler are also seen in the caste system in India and by the British in the 5-colour system
Mao Zedong
x wealthy farming family
x Confusionist educationeducated locally (did not travel abroad)
x talked about peasant revolts
x rural, localized setting
x uses emotions and tries to get audience passionate about what he says
x uses emotional address to “experienced peasants”
x someone who won’t sit around in an office, instead, wants to experience everything first-hand
x says violence that peasants are using on “evil” gentry is necessary because of the way the gentry treated the peasants
x he excuses the violence because they have been oppressed and are now fighting back
x not only uses an emotional address but appeals to the audiences’ emotions
x comes from the very class that he is criticizing
Sun Yatsen
x peasant family background
x studied abroad—medicine
x political activist (started in Tokyo)
x another person that studied medicine abroad and then became a political activist was Che Guevara
x he always addresses the audience as “comrades”
x Three Principles of the People: democracy, nationalism, and socialism
x socialism can be translated as the “people’s livelihood”
x democracy Æ comparison to Western countries (France, US, England, Switzerland); representative government not
being very effective because it might not reach all people; making comparisons, but at the same time points out that the
Western constitutional government is not very effective
x nationalism Æ everyone must be known as Chinese, even if they are from a different race; uniting all 5 races under one
name; comparison to the US where races were all united; unite China; productive power; proportionalisation (compares
it to the old Chinese system instead of Western nations)
x democracy (part II) Æ (page 174 last sentence) “direct electoral rights”
x uses a way of arguing that is very logical and structural
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World War II N total warcivilians, technological warfare, prisoners of war increases N Nazi Partyplanned agenda or circumstance o Blood and SpaceBlut und Boden o anti-Semitism the intense dislike for and prejudice against Jewish people N the US and Nazi Germany both had anti-interracial marriage laws N the human ladder presented by Hitler are also seen in the caste system in India and by the British in the 5-colour system Mao Zedong N wealthy farming family N Confusionist educationeducated locally (did not travel abroad) N talked about peasant revolts N rural, localized setting N uses emotions and tries to get audience passionate about what he says N uses emotional address to experienced peasants N someone who wont sit around in an office, instead, wants to experience everything first-hand N says violence that peasants are using on evil gentry is necessary because of the way the gentry treated the peasants N he excuses the violence because they have been oppressed and are now fighting back N not only uses an emotional address but appeals to the audiences emotions N comes from the very class that he is criticizing Sun Yatsen N pe
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