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Author: Ann Kerns
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In the spring of 1989, university students in Beijing grabbed world headlines with a courageous stand against decades of. .

In the spring of 1989, university students in Beijing grabbed world headlines with a courageous stand against decades of Communist authoritarian rule in China. Thousands and then millions of students and workers from all over China gathered on the city's Tiananmen Square to support demands for democracy, clean government, and increased personal freedoms

and theTiananmen Square protest, China, 1989, by Ann Kerns Tiananmen Square was added to the long list of the world’s civil rights.

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Civil rights struggles around the world) Includes bibliographical references and index. and freedom from a repressive Communist government. Tiananmen Square was added to the long list of the world’s civil rights struggles. But how did the confrontation in Beijing go so wrong?

Civil rights struggles around the world) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978–0–8225–8971–6 (lib. bdg. : alk. paper)  1. Students-Political ry. 3. en Square incident, 1989. But how did the confrontation in Beijing go so wrong? Understanding the spring 1989 events and aftermath is a difficult task.

Student Activists and the Tiananmen Square Protest, China, 1989. In this gripping story of a historic clash between repressive government forces and individuals seeking freedom, we'll explore the reasons that led students in China to defy authority

Student Activists and the Tiananmen Square Protest, China, 1989. Part of the Civil Rights Struggles around the World Series). In this gripping story of a historic clash between repressive government forces and individuals seeking freedom, we'll explore the reasons that led students in China to defy authority.

The Tiananmen Square protests or Tiananmen Square Incident, commonly known in mainland China as the June Fourth Incident (Chinese: 六四事件, liùsì shìjiàn, literally six-four incident), were student-led demonstrations held in Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

The Tiananmen Square protests or Tiananmen Square Incident, commonly known in mainland China as the June Fourth Incident (Chinese: 六四事件, liùsì shìjiàn, literally six-four incident), were student-led demonstrations held in Tiananmen Square in Beijing during 1989. The popular national movement inspired by the Beijing protests is sometimes called the '89 Democracy Movement (Chinese: 八九民运, bājiǔ mínyùn).

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The US is behind the Hong Kong protests. The US want the whole world to be their vassal states. It all happens during the anniversaries of the British handover of HK to China and that of the Tiananmen Square massacres!

The US is behind the Hong Kong protests. The National Endowment for Democracy, a CIA front, admitted that they have spent millions of dollars to support these protests ostensibly to ensure Hong Kong’s freedom. They were also responsible for the ‘Occupy Central’ and the ‘Tienanmen Square Incident’, part of the US’s Regime Change program. It all happens during the anniversaries of the British handover of HK to China and that of the Tiananmen Square massacres! And the timing of the Trade Wars!

In this gripping story of a historic clash between repressive government forces and individuals seeking freedom, we'll explore the reasons that led students in China to defy authority. We'll learn the details of their demands and of the shattering events that followed when they took to the streets to press for their civil rights. "In the blink of an eye, the tank was approaching the sidewalk and closing in on me. It seemed as if the barrel of its gun was inches from my face. I could not dodge it in time."―Fang Zheng, a student demonstrator at Tiananmen Square In the spring of 1989, university students in Beijing grabbed world headlines with a courageous stand against decades of Communist authoritarian rule in China. Thousands and then millions of students and workers from all over China gathered on the city's Tiananmen Square to support demands for democracy, clean government, and increased personal freedoms. China's premier, Li Peng, and his supporters wanted to crush the demonstration, and the government declared martial law on May 12. The world watched as army tanks and troops reached the city center on June 2. Soldiers fired their guns as students struggled to flee. A single demonstrator captured international attention as viewers around the globe watched him face off against encroaching military tanks. The army was in control of Beijing, and thousands of demonstrators were killed, wounded, or arrested.