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|Issue Date: ||2014-08-11 18:44:13 (UTC+8)|
Seven Thousand People Congress was the greatest convention since the foundation of the Chinese Communist Party（CCP）, and it had a profound influence on the historical trend of China. In the congress, the central leaders of CCP acknowledged the faults about the economic policies frankly. The congress encouraged the attendants to speak out which built a democracy atmosphere for criticism and self-criticism. Mao attempted to solve the economic problems through the meeting of venting resentment.
Liu Shaoqi reported frankly that the Three Year Great Famine was “three-tenths natural calamities and seven-tenths man-made disasters”, which was against Mao Zedong’s opinion on the issue. The discrepancies included the disagreement to Liu’s report, the different estimation toward economic situation, the varied determination of economic adjustments as well as the different opinions and actions about the Four Cleanups Compaign. The divergent opinions of the main leaders of CCP about the Three Red Banners and economic situation had once impeded the follow-up economic adjustment.
Although the economic situation had been fixed later, on the premise that the congress failed to remove the extreme Left-wing politics thoroughly, it had negative influence on the ongoing exploration of socialism. The congress didn’t solve some of the major issues completely, and the discussion didn’t persistently carry out the congress spirit to the end. The conflict between Liu and Mao in the congress and in the later Socialist Education Movement enlarged the struggle between two Lines. As a result, the congress was one of the great reasons that caused the outbreak of the Cultural Revolution.
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