Quotations from Chairman Mao Tsetung

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China Books, 1972 - History - 311 pages
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This new reprint brings back our best-selling book to date, in the familiar red plastic cover. Still popular as a textbook and primary document of the Cultural Revolution. The book that changed the world and shaped a generation of Chinese people, it contains the essence of Mao's philosophy, political thinking and military strategy.
 

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long live mlm

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I bought this in China as a souvenir...I wanted to have it more as a historical reference for what defined Chinese history in the second half of the last century. Read full review

Contents

The Communist Party
1
a Classes and Class Struggle g 3 Socialism and Communism
23
The Correct Handling of Contradic tions Among the People
45
War and Peace
58
Imperialism and All Reactionaries Are Paper Tigers
72
Dare to Struggle and Dare to Win
82
Peoples War
88
The Peoples Army
99
Serving the People
170
Patriotism and Internationalism
175
Revolutionary Heroism
181
Building Our Country Through Diligence and Frugality
186
SelfReliance and Arduous Struggle
194
Methods of Thinking and Methods of Work 303
203
Investigation and Study
230
Correcting Mistaken Ideas
237

Leadership of Party Committees
104
The Mass Line
118
Political Work
134
Relations Between Officers and Men
148
14 Relations Between the Army and the People
153
Democracy in the Three Main Fields
157
Education and the Training of Troops
165
Unity
251
Discipline
254
Criticism and SelfCriticism
258
Communists
268
Cadrea
276
Women
294
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Mao Zedong was born in Hunan Province in 1893, son of an impoverished peasant. In October 1949, he founded the People's Republic of China, which he led until his death in 1976. Willis Barnstone is Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature at Indiana University, the author of many books, and a noted translator.

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