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The Socialist Education Movement (Simplified Chinese: 社会主义教育运动; Traditional Chinese: 社會主義教育運動; pinyin: Shhuzhǔy Jioy Yndng, abbreviated 社教运动 or 社教運動), also known as the Four Cleanups Movement (Simplified: 四清运动; Traditional: 四清運動; pinyin: Sqīng Yndng) was the movement launched by Mao Zedong in 1963 in the People's Republic of China. Mao sought to remove what he believed to be "reactionary" elements within the bureaucracy of the Communist Party of China, saying that "governance is also a process of socialist education." The Movement, whose goal was to cleanse politics, economy, organization, and ideology, was to last until 1966.


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The Socialist Education Movement (http://past.people.com.cn/GB/shizheng/252/5301/5302/20010612/487072.html), People's Daily website, in Simplified Chinese


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