Human Rights And Chinese Culture

With the founding of the People’s Republic in 1949, a mix of Marxism and Maoist ideology resulted in human rights being shaped by Mao’s views on ‘class struggle’. The proletariat (workers, soldiers and peasants) were entitled to full rights due to their class pedigree as ‘the People’. Landlords, counter-revolutionaries, rightist bourgeois elements, imperialist running dogs, and so on, lost all rights and dignity.

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