Zhou Enlai was the prime minister under Mao Zedong. Zhou made the following comment in a discussion with U.S. President Richard Nixon on February 23, 1972:
"You know our policy. We don't discuss our ...
... policy. We of course support revolutions raged by the peoples of the world, but we don't send a single soldier abroad. The revolution of any country must depend on the people of their country. That was the case with George Washington, in your eight-year war of independence. Of course, at the time you had the assistance of the volunteers of Lafayette; they were not troops sent by the State of France."Zhou Enlai, 1972
Source: The National Security Archive
What does the above statement say about China's government under Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai?
A It refused to debate its policies with foreign countries.
B It wanted to become an ally of the United States.
C It did not want communism to spread to other countries.
D It wanted to use the approach of the U.S. government.
The above statement says that China's government under Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai refused to debate its policies with foreign countries.
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