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  • 1989. protests occurred in a year that saw the collapse of a number of communist governments around the world. 100,000 students and workers marched in Beijing making demands for free media and a formal dialogue between the authorities and student-elected representatives. A declaration demanded the government to accelerate political reform.

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  • Maoism
  • Mao Zedong 1949 to 1975
    • 1950 Chinese propaganda poster showing a happy family enjoying life under the image of Mao Zedong. The caption above the picture says "Chairman Mao gives us happy lives".
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  • Tiananmen Square, Beijing
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  • "The Goddess of Democracy" carved by students from the Central Academy of Fine Arts and erected in the Square during the protest.
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  • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =9-nXT8lSnPQ
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  • Estimates of Deaths: 10,000 – Soviet Union 7,000 – NATO 3,700 – a defector citing a document circulating among officers 2,600 – Chinese Red Cross (later denied) 1,000 – Amnesty International  400 to 800 – New York Times'  Nicholas Kristof. He developed this estimate using information from hospital staff and doctors, and from a medical official with links to most hospitals. 241 including soldiers – the Chinese government
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