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Peasant Revolution: Shen Dingyi, Peng Pai & Mao Tse-tung Hunan Land Revolution By Rascal-Proletariat Split of the CCP From KMT Leftist Government Chiang Kai-shek's Stepdown & Re-gaining Power CCP Armed Rebellions Qu Qiubai's Policy Of Perpetuating Armed Rebellions KMT White Terror Mt Jinggangshan - Mao Tse-tung's Guerilla Warfare Purge of Anti-Bolshevik League (1930-1931): Phase I Quelling Internal Enemies Before Resisting Foreign Invaders Red Terror & Chinese Soviet Republic Purge of Anti-Bolshevik League (1930-1931): Phase II Zhang Guotao's Purge In Hubei-Henan-Anhui Borderline Soviet Xia Xi's Purge In Western Hunan-Hubei Borderline Soviet Campaigns Against Communist Strongholds The 'Long March' Purge In Shan-Bei [Northern Shenxi Province] Communist Base - 1935 Communist Instigation & Guangxi Province Trotskyists Communist Infiltration Into Shanxi Prov Xi'An Incident - Turning Point Of Modern History Red Army Western Expedition Purge Of Zhang Guotao Path Purge of Trotskyists during 1937-1941 KMT-CCP Frictions & Confrontations Yan'an Rectification Movement (1942-1945) KMT, CCP vs Democratic Parties Bloody Land Reform (1946-7) China and the Chinese lived in 'Red Terror' since Peng Pai and Mao Tse-tung launched the rascal-proletariat peasant movements in 1927.
Like epidemics, fallacies sometimes "burn through" entire populations, often with the most tragic results, before their power is diminished or lost.
Fallacies are not always deliberate, but a good scholars purpose is always to identify and unmask fallacies in arguments Note that many of these definitions overlap, but the goal here is to identify contemporary and classic fallacies as they are used in today's discourse.
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A mainly discursive Argumentum ad Baculum is that of forcibly silencing or censoring opponents, ruling them "out of order," blocking, censoring or jamming their message, or simply speaking over them or/speaking more loudly than they do, this last a tactic particularly attributed to men in mixed-gender discussions.