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
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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?
It refused to debate its policies with foreign countries.
It wanted to become an ally of the United States.
It did not want communism to spread to other countries.
It wanted to use the approach of the U.S. government.
Can Someone Help Me Please!(:
Either the first answer or the last one, it's a tough call.