Maoism in Action
Title Maoism in Action PDF eBook
Author Chʻui-liang Chʻui
Publisher St. Lucia : University of Queensland Press ; New York : Crane, Russak
Pages 196
Release 1974
Genre China
ISBN

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Maoism in Action
Title Maoism in Action PDF eBook
Author Chwei Liang Chiou
Publisher
Pages 176
Release 1974
Genre China
ISBN 9780702209024

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Maoism in Action
Title Maoism in Action PDF eBook
Author Chʻui-liang Chʻui
Publisher St. Lucia : University of Queensland Press ; New York : Crane, Russak
Pages 196
Release 1974
Genre Political Science
ISBN

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Maoism in Action
Title Maoism in Action PDF eBook
Author Chuiliang Qiu
Publisher
Pages 176
Release 1974
Genre China
ISBN 9780702209376

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The Cultural Revolution at the Margins
Title The Cultural Revolution at the Margins PDF eBook
Author Yiching Wu Wu
Publisher Harvard University Press
Pages 361
Release 2014-06-16
Genre History
ISBN 0674419863

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The Cultural Revolution began from above, yet it was students and workers at the grassroots who advanced the movement's radical possibilities by acting and thinking for themselves. Resolving to suppress the resulting crisis, Mao set events in motion in 1968 that left out in the cold those rebels who had taken it most seriously, Yiching Wu shows.



Maoism at the Grassroots
Title Maoism at the Grassroots PDF eBook
Author Jeremy Brown
Publisher Harvard University Press
Pages
Release 2015-10-13
Genre History
ISBN 0674287231

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Maoism at the Grassroots challenges state-centered views of China under Mao, providing insights into the lives of citizens across social strata, ethnicities, and regions. It reveals how ordinary people risked persecution and imprisonment in order to assert personal beliefs and identities, despite political repression and surveillance.



The Maoist Educational Revolution
Title The Maoist Educational Revolution PDF eBook
Author Theodore Hsi-en Chen
Publisher New York : Praeger
Pages 328
Release 1974
Genre Education
ISBN

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The study of Maoist education is essential to a full understanding of the Communist revolution on China because the aim of the revolution is not only to reshape the political structure and the economic system but to establish a new society, to be brought about and perpetuated by a "new type of man." Education is the means by which the "new man" is produced. What are the attributes of the "new man"? A profile of the new man would help in visualizing the kind of "proletarian society" that the Communist revolution aims to achieve. Except when it is necessary to understand the background of the educational revolution, educational developments in earlier periods will not be discussed. The basic data have been gathered from Chinese Communist publications. Readers are requested to bear with the recurrent use of the same phrases and clichés, and to remember that this repetitiousness is a method used by the Chinese Communists to present simple ideas and concepts and drill them into the consciousness of the people.