There is no doubt that the Chinese people would be better off economically under the Reds than under the Kuomintang.But one does not like to see this nation come under the permanent control of a monolithic party.
The Reds have taken land away from the landlords and have given it to the peasants.
They have established communal control and ownership of the factories by the workers.
There certainly will be a one-party government which the Chinese people may never be able to overthrow.
In any case, the The Chinese Communist Party never gave the peasants control of the land.
Whether it's due to expanding municipal restrictions, pollution concerns, a sagging economy or simply fading interest in a country that prides itself on having invented gunpowder, there's a growing sense, at least among Chinese urbanites, that setting firecrackers just isn't the essential tradition it used to be.
Note: In 2012, there was an exhibition on the propaganda leaflets launched from, and received by, Quemoy Island during the hot phase of the Cold War.Shortly after assuming control of the Kuomintang, Chiang became violently anti-Communist.This was about the time that he formed his alliance with the infamous Soong family, from which he later obtained a wife.The first statue of Chiang to appear in Taiwan was raised only 192 days after retrocession.And by the early 1950s, Chiangs face was criss-crossing the Taiwanese countryside on the front of propaganda trains just as it had done on the mainland a few years earlier. Linebarger in Psychological Warfare, Combat Forces Press, Washington DC, 1948, the Nationalists learned to do propaganda from the Communists prior to WWII.The government retained ownership of the land and basically the land was rented.