Why did the Communist Revolution originally seek to quell Confucianism?

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May 30, 2017

 

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Respect for hierarchic structures in the family and the society makes men aware that he is part of a bigger social structure." (Zanen, 2007, para 3). Communism on the other hand departed from the mainstream thought of population. Mao Tse-Tung is regarded as the father of Communism within China. "Mao believed that all vestiges of Chinese traditional culture needed to be overturned...
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"Mao believed that all vestiges of Chinese traditional culture needed to be overturned. These included hsiao, or filial piety, Confucianism, monarchism, ancestor worship, religion, and the authority of elders. He saw the Chinese as dominated by three separate institutions: the state, the clan and family, and the system of gods and spirits (theocratic authority)...
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