China and World Governments

Essay by hunnybuzzinHigh School, 10th gradeA+, June 2004

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Many events have happened in the past that have been very influential to this world of ours. These events shaped countries, shaped nations, and even shaped the world into what it is today. Countries suffered many deaths, gone through economic problems, political changes and still managed to survive. Although many of these kinds of events happened in different places in the world, to me, only two countries stood out among the rest.

Peru, once the center of the powerful and wealthy Inca Empire, coped with terrorists, political problems, and many other difficulties. A right wing vote elected Alberto Fujimoro, who made a constitutional government. It was not long until Executive power was held by the president and legislative power. After the rule of Fujimoro, Alejandro Toledo was elected. China, on the other hand, was a communist government, lead by Mao Zedong. During that time, Jiang Jieshi was forcing his rule all over China.

Mao's ideas of a communist China caught the interests of many peasants, then to higher classes, until most of China supported Mao's revolutionary ideas. With the huge peasant population behind him, Mao managed to overpower Jiang.

When Fujimoro was president, he defeated terrorist groups, fixed the economic problems in Peru, and flaunted the political and economic system of the Limacentric elite. The next year, Fujimoro and Montesinos (Fujimori's right-hand) were investigated of doing illegal acts. They were arrested and managed to slip through and left the country. There were many violent protests during the election of Fujimoro and Toledo because of the investigation. When Fujimori escaped, Toledo became President. Alejandro Toledo introduced bills to reforms in anti-terrorist groups and certain incidents brought calls from politicians for tougher anti-terrorist measures. Due to a poor economic situation, Toledo was given a difficult time during his rule. Mao, pledged...