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One Hundred Flowers Campaign (may 1, 1956 – may 1, 1957)

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This campaign was a CCP movement headed Mao Zedong to invite criticism of the CCP by communist or noncommunist intellectuals, thus granting greater freedoms of speech and thought. This movement was directly inspired by Nikita Krushchev's relaxation of strict communist controls in the Soviet Union. The name originated from a famous slogan in Classical Chinese history, “Let a hundred flowers bloom, and a hundred schools of thought contend.”

https://www.britannica.com/event/Hundred-Flowers-Campaign

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Date:

may 1, 1956
may 1, 1957
~ 12 months

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