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Summary of Red-Handed How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win by Peter Schweizer : Discussion Prompts 

In this comprehensive look into The Maid A Novel by Nita Prose, you'll gain insight with this essential resource as a guide to aid your discussions. 

Best-selling investigative journalist Peter Schweizer's latest work, Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win, uncovers the shady details behind deals that wealthy Americans have made which helped China build its military, economic, and technological power. Red-Handed is a well-documented, and terrifyingly revelatory book that aims to expose the power dynamic between China’s government and the American elites behind the scenes.

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More than 60 “done-for-you” discussion prompts available
Discussion aid which includes a wealth of information and prompts
Overall brief plot synopsis and author biography as refreshers
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Please Note: This is a companion guide based on the Red-Handed How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win by Peter Schweizer unofficial, unaffiliated, and is not endorsed by the original work or author in any way and does not contain any text of the original work. 

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Red-Handed

How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win

Discussion Prompts

Sarah Fields

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Please Note: The book you are about to enjoy is an analytical review meant for educational and entertainment purposes as an unofficial companion. If you have not yet read the original work, please do before purchasing this copy.

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Foreword

Discussion prompts have a positive effect on learning. From simple quizzes to critical thinking, participation in discussions can have significantly higher learning when used first. It’s a simple technique that goes a long way.

It’s a simple teaching technique that helps students learn and readers to grow. With versatile discussion questions for each major criteria of Peter Schweizer's Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win, these discussion prompts are designed to help surface crucial discussions that are capable to assist toward thinking and learning on a deeper level.

How to Use Discussion Prompts:

●  Readers and students are recommended to write 100-word responses to the prompts. Written answers could be shared in small group discussions.

●  Each question can be allotted five minutes to write answers as a way of reviewing notes before shared in small group discussions.

●  Use the questions as a template to provide peer feedback and think of your own questions to develop during the discussions to spur creative thinking

Whether you’re an avid learner set out to reach the best for yourself, or a student struggling to learn the subject matter, these discussion prompts can get you to actively respond as you question, analyze, relate, and reflect.

Sarah Fields

Table of Contents

Foreword

Chapter One: Introducing Red-Handed

Chapter Two: Part One –Book’s Journey & Obstacles

Chapter Three: Part Two – Reception of the Book

Chapter Four: Part Three – About the Success & Uniqueness Of The Book

Chapter Five: Let’s Meet The Author

Chapter Six: The Conclusion

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Chapter One

Introducing Red-Handed

Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich by Helping China Win is the latest work published by the best-selling investigative author Peter Schweizer. Schweizer explains how the Chinese Communist Party has swayed US elites in ways that help China’s economic, political, and military objectives. To put it briefly, he follows the flow of money and provides documents and pages of source notes as evidence to back his claims. Schweizer's tale tells us a story of force peddling and its policy ramifications that spares no one. He demonstrates how China's money has impacted the Democrats and Republicans in the executive and legislative branches of the US government. China’s influence has also proliferated the American business communities and educational institutions, naming famous people such as the Bidens, William Cohen, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerburg, and many more as China’s allies. Their interactions with China have fueled its military power and domestic apparatus. Schweizer emphasized in the book that the elites believed that dealing with China would have resulted in a more prosperous and less militaristic country. Their views on the need for continued engagement with the Asian behemoth dismissed its geopolitical ambitions and human rights abuses. Due to their remunerative involvements with China, they became increasingly rich and powerful, and Schweizer says that money greatly influenced their policy views.