George G. IB History tutor, IB German tutor, IB Politics tutor, GCSE ...

George G.

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Degree: History and Politics (Bachelors) - Durham University

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About Me

Hey there, I'm George and I'm studying History, Poltics and Geography at Durham University. My course is flexible so I pick and choose new things each year - I love having a well rounded education. I grew up in Switzerland but now live in the UK. 

I loved studying the IB and would love to help anyone going through the process. I know all the tips and tricks in my specialised subjects. I have had experience teaching before and would love to teach you

I hope we can learn together soon! 

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Biology GCSE £18 /hr
German IB £20 /hr
History IB £20 /hr
Politics IB £20 /hr

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QualificationLevelGrade
History HLBaccalaureate7
Biology SLBaccalaureate6
German SLBaccalaureate6
Math SLBaccalaureate5
Art HLBaccalaureate5
English HLBaccalaureate6
Extended EssayBaccalaureateA
TOKBaccalaureateA
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Questions George has answered

How have historians interpreted Mao's motives for launching the Hundred Flowers Campaign?

It is important to first point out the sides of the argument.  There are those who believe that it was part of the rectification policy of the CCP. Mao was keen to maintain close to the subjects and not establish an elite.  On the other hand, there are those who argue it was a plot to weed ou...

It is important to first point out the sides of the argument. 

There are those who believe that it was part of the rectification policy of the CCP. Mao was keen to maintain close to the subjects and not establish an elite. 

On the other hand, there are those who argue it was a plot to weed out any opposition in the party. 

Philip Short suggests that Mao was trying to combine a "totalitarian system with democratic checks and balances". 

In my view, Mao was uncertain what the outcome of the plan would be. He wanted to maintain the CCP ideology and his position in power. It eventually evolved into a purge of critics, but I don't believe this was Mao's original intention. 

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