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Xinjiang: more than half a million forced to pick cotton, report suggests

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Great Leap Forward

Xinyang in and sex slave Megalopolises in

Xinyang in and sex slave Great Leap

Xinyang in and sex slave Megalopolises in

Xinyang in and sex slave Great Leap

Xinyang in and sex slave Megalopolises in

Xinyang in and sex slave Great Leap

Xinyang in and sex slave Megalopolises in

Xinyang in and sex slave Megalopolises in

Xinjiang: more than half a million forced to pick cotton, report suggests

Yu writes about Tombstone and interviews author Yang Jisheng.

  • Higher officials did not dare to report the economic disaster which was being caused by these policies, and national officials, blaming bad weather for the decline in food output, took little or no action.

  • During a secret meeting in Shanghai in 1959, Mao demanded the state procurement of one-third of all grain to feed the cities and satisfy foreign clients, and noted that "If you don't go above a third, people won't rebel.

  • If an estimate of 30 million deaths is accepted, the Great Leap Forward was the deadliest famine in the history of China and in the history of the world.




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