The Rise of Communism in China

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China's first communists set up small communist enclaves in the countryside called _____.

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1. _____ was one of China's early communist leaders and the one who eventually proclaimed the People's Republic.

2. The Kuomingtang's failure to protect China from _____ indirectly helped the Chinese Communist Party.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Communism as the primary political ideal in China is relatively new, and by using this worksheet and quiz together, you can assess your understanding of how communism was formed in China. The questions are composed of fill-in-the-blank statements, as well as factual recall questions, designed to test your knowledge about how communism in China came to be.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Test your understanding of these concepts by taking this quiz:

  • Key failure of Kuomingtang that led to the growth of the Chinese Communist Party
  • Communist communities found in China's countryside
  • Important communist leader in China who eventually formed the People's Republic
  • The year the People's Republic of China was established
  • One result of the clampdown on communism by Chiang Kai-Shek

Skills Practiced

Assess how effectively you use these key skill sets by completing this worksheet and quiz:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information about communism in China from the related lesson
  • Making connections - use your understanding about the challenges faced by the Kuomingtang to recognize how it helped the communists
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about an early leader of the Chinese communist movement
  • Knowledge recall - use your knowledge to answer a question about when the People's Republic of China became the ruling party

Additional Learning

To learn more about this engaging topic, take some time to check out the complementary lesson called The Rise of Communism in China. The learning objectives met by completing this lesson include:

  • Learn about the political situation in China after the collapse of the last Chinese dynasty
  • Understand why China looked to Russia for guidance on developing a stable political system
  • Know the political manifesto originally touted by the founders of the Chinese Community Party
  • Identify the modern-day location where the Kuomingtang army and the Chinese nationalists relocated to when China became a communist state
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