How Did Mao Zedong Win over the Peasants in China?

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Mao Zedong won over the peasants in China by converting himself to communism and took over the total authority of the land and redistributed the land fairly to the people. He showed to the peasants that communism is far better than the others.
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Mao Zedong resigned from the army in 1912 and began organizing peasants. The peasants in china were very vulnerable and Mao gave them the tools to develop Communism. Mao Zedong won over the peasants in China by providing them with food. Mao Zedong is considered to be the father of Communist China.
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