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weihong 2009-03-12 15:20
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Speeches By Chiang Ching (Jiang Qing)

Chiang Ching, On the Revolution of Peking Opera, July 1964
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19208

Summary of the Forum on the Work in Literature And Art in the Armed Forces With Which Comrade Lm Piao Entrusted Comrade Chiang Ching, February 2 to 20. 1966
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17415&keyword=chiang

At Peking Literature and Art Workers' Rally for Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution Comrade Chiang Ching's Speech, November 28, 1966
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17147&fpage=3

CHIANG CH'ING: Talk to Newsreel and Motion Picture Workers, 1 February 1967
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18480

CHIANG CH'ING: Speech at Enlarged Meeting of the Party Military Affairs Committee, 12 April 1967
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18478

Important Talk Given By Comrade Chiang Ch'ing On September 5 At A Conference Of Representatives Of Anhwei Who Have Come To Peking, September 5, 1967
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17089&keyword=chiang

Chiang Ch'ing Talk at the Peking Forum on Literature and Art, 11. 9 & 11.12, 1967
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17088&keyword=chiang

CCP leaders’ speeches at the reception for the delegation visiting Beijing from Zhejiang province, 18 March 1968
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18465

Jiang Qing: Reforming the Fine Arts, 19 May 1968
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18477&page=e&#a

At Peking Rally of Revolutionary Masses Comrade Chiang Ching's Speech, September 7, 1968
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17722&keyword=chiang

Chiang Ch'ing's Speeche at the reception for the representatives of the Beijing Workers Propaganda Team and the PLA Propaganda Team, 14 September 1968
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18481&page=1&toread=1

CHIANG CHTNG'S ADDRESS TO DIPLOMATIC CADRES, March 1975
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19265

CHIANG CHING'S LETTER TO DELEGATES TO THE CPC-CC-SPONSORED "ALL-CHINA CONFERENCE ON PROFESSIONAL WORK IN AGRICULTURE", July 2, 1975
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19272

Excerpts of Chiang Ch'ing's Address at the National Conference on Learning from Tachai in Agriculture(September 15, 1975)
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19560

Related:

A Chronicle of Chiang Ch'ing's Activities in the Field of Literature and Art(May 1967)
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19562

Roxane Witke: Comrade Chiang Ch'ing Tells Her Story
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17122&keyword=chiang

The CCP Central Committee Document Chung-fa (1974) No. 3 (January 25, 1974)
—The Nanking Military Region Party Committee's Report to the CCP Central Committee, the CCPCC Military Commission and the General Political Department of the PLA
—Letter from the Party Committee of the 20th Army of the PLA to Comrade Chiang Ch'ing
—Letter from All Comrades in the Chemical Defense Company, Unit 2081, to Comrade Chiang Ch'ing
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19561

weihong 2009-03-16 08:37
Chang Ch'un-ch'iao(Zhang Chunqiao) Works

Talk by Chang Ch'un-ch'iao to the Anhwei Delegation, March 25, 1968
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18604&keyword=chang

Zhang Chunqiao:Report on the Revision of the Constitution, January 13, 1975
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=4984&keyword=zhang

Zhang Chunqiao:On Exercising All-Round Dictatorship Over the Bourgeoisie, 1975
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=4985&keyword=zhang

TALKS CONCERNING “CRITICIZING TENG HSIAO-PING AND REPULSING RIGHT DEVIATIONIST WIND"
--Speech to leading cadres at provincial and municipal levels attending the Central Study Class in Peking on June 28, 1976.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18584&keyword=chang

EBOOK: Fundamentals of Political Economy

Publisher:   Sharpe, M.e., Inc.

http://ifile.it/0okg5qb/fundamentals_of_political_economy.pdf

It was said that this book was personally supervised by Zhang Chunqiao, a senior member of the Gang of Four and a devoted cultural revolutionary. It covers capitalism, imperialism and socialism.


weihong 2009-03-16 08:45


YAO WEN-YUAN Works

Yao Wen-yuan, "On the New Historical Play Dismissal of Hai Jui,", November 1965
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18663

YAO WEN-YUAN: "On 'Three-Family Village'—The Reactionary Nature of Evening Chats at Yenshan and Notes from Three-Family Village", 10 May 1966
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18662

Comments on Tao Chu's Two Books by YAO WEN-YUAN, September, 1967
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19235

YAO WEN-YUAN: Letter to Mao Tse-tung, 11 October, 1967
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18467&keyword=yao

The Working Class Must Exercise Leadership In Everything by YAO WEN-YUAN, August, 1968
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17718&keyword=yao

At the Celebration Rally Speech by Comrade Yao Wen-yuan, December, 1970
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18033&keyword=yao

Yao Wen-yuan:On the Social Basis Of The Lin Piao Antiparty Clique, 1975
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=5043&keyword=yao

weihong 2009-03-16 08:54


REPORT ON THE REVISION OF THE PARTY CONSTITUTION (Delivered at the Tenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China on August 24 and Adopted on August 28, 1973) Wang Hung-wen
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18631

COMRADE WANG HUNG-WEN'S REPORT AT THE CENTRAL STUDY CLASS, JANUARY 14, 1974
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19261

SPEECH AT PEKING RALLY WELCOMING CAMBODIAN GUESTS by Wang Hung-wen, delivered April 3, 1974
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18579&keyword=wang



heiss93 2009-08-02 06:42
If anyone has access I would greatly appreciate if someone could scan in PDF  Fundamentals of political economy, which was personally supervised by Zhang. It covers capitalism, imperialism and socialism.

http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/3381749

wengeadmin 2009-08-02 06:49
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引用第4楼heiss93于2009-08-02 06:42发表的  :
If anyone has access I would greatly appreciate if someone could scan in PDF  Fundamentals of political economy, which was personally supervised by Zhang. It covers capitalism, imperialism and socialism.

http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/3381749


No Problem. We will scan it withing days. Please stay tune :)

heiss93 2009-08-02 08:45
Thanks! I'm extremely grateful for the hard work of this project! Here are a list of English sources for Mao's works. Many are already posted here. If you are able to obtain it I would give priority to Schram's Mao's Road to Power.

Sources
CMTTP     Chairman Mao Talks to the People: Talks and Letters: 1956-1971, ed. by Stuart Schram, (NY: Pantheon, 1974).
CSE     A Critique of Soviet Economics, by Mao Tsetung, translated by Moss Roberts, (Monthly Review Press, 1977).
MRP6-7     Mao’s Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949, ed. by Stuart R. Schram, (M. E. Sharpe, 1992- ). As of 2006 the first 7 of 10 projected volumes in have been published. The first 5 volumes do not seem to contain any relevant direct comments on Stalin.
NE     *The New Emperors: China in the Era of Mao and Deng, by Harrison E. Salisbury, (NY: Avon Books, 1992).
SSCM     The Secret Speeches of Chairman Mao: From the Hundred Flowers to the Great Leap Forward, ed. by Roderick MacFarquhar, Timothy Cheek, & Eugene Wu, Harvard Contemporary China Series: 6, The Council on East Asian Studies/Harvard University, (Harvard University Press, 1989).
SW1-3     Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung, vols. I-III, (Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1965).
SW4     Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung, vol. IV, (Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1961).
TMT     The Thought of Mao Tse-tung, by Stuart Schram, (Cambridge University Press, 1989).
UP     *Uncertain Partners: Stalin, Mao, and the Korean War, by Sergei N. Goncharov, John W. Lewis, and Xue Litai, (Stanford University Press, 1993).
WMZ1     The Writings of Mao Zedong 1949-1976, Vol. I, September 1949-December 1955, ed. by John K. Leung & Michael Y. M. Kau, (Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 1986).
WMZ2     The Writings of Mao Zedong 1949-1976, Vol. II, January 1956-December 1957, ed. by John K. Leung & Michael Y. M. Kau, (Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 1992).

Note: The items above marked with an asterisk should probably be considered somewhat less certain and reliable than the other sources listed.

Han Suyin

    * China in the Year 2001 (1967)
    * Asia Today: Two Outlooks (1969)
    * The Morning Deluge: Mao Tsetong and the Chinese Revolution 1893-1954 (1972)
    * Lhasa, the Open City (1976)
    * Wind in the Tower: Mao Tsetong and the Chinese Revolution, 1949-1965 (1976)
    * China 1890-1938: From the Warlords to World War (1989; historical photo-reportage)
    * Eldest Son: Zhou Enlai and the Making of Modern China (1994)

wengeadmin 2009-08-02 12:44
SSCM     The Secret Speeches of Chairman Mao: From the Hundred Flowers to the Great Leap Forward, ed. by Roderick MacFarquhar, Timothy Cheek, & Eugene Wu, Harvard Contemporary China Series: 6, The Council on East Asian Studies/Harvard University, (Harvard University Press, 1989).


Please find the e-book at http://www.wg1966.com/bbs/read.php?tid=19586&fpage=2

wengeadmin 2009-08-02 14:34
Chairman Mao Talks to the People Talks and Letters 1956-1971, ed. by Stuart Schram, (NY Pantheon, 1974)

Please find the e-book at   http://wg1966.com/bbs/ziliao/index.php?dirpath=./Mao%20Zedong%20Works&order=0

maolive 2009-08-03 15:32
MRP6-7     Mao’s Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949, ed. by Stuart R. Schram, (M. E. Sharpe, 1992- )

VOL.1

please go to:

http://www.dztsg2.net/doc/index.php?dirpath=./%C3%AB%D4%F3%B6%AB&order=0

maolive 2009-08-06 08:52
TMT     The Thought of Mao Tse-tung, by Stuart Schram, (Cambridge University Press, 1989).


http://ifile.it/z0sc5pv/the_thought_of_mao_tse-tung_by_stuart_schram.pdf


The Thought of Mao Tse-Tung (Contemporary China Institute Publications)
By Stuart Schram


    * Publisher:   Cambridge University Press
    * Number Of Pages:   256
    * Publication Date:   1989-07-28
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0521310628
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780521310628



Product Description:

The most general and probably the most lasting expression of Mao Tse-Tung's contribution to the Chinese revolution was his thought. Stuart Schram's new book examines the unfolding of Mao's ideas, and in doing so sheds new light on other aspects of Mao Tse-Tung's life and times. The author traces the stages in the formation of Mao's thought from the May Fourth period through the Peasant Movement, the long years of armed struggle against the Kuomintang and the Japanese invaders, the foundation of a new state, his efforts to devise a "Chinese road to socialism," the Sino-Soviet split, and the so-called "Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution." The author offers a fascinating and sure-footed analysis of Mao's intellectual itinerary, recognizing the positive value of the participatory and anti-bureaucratic thrust of his thought, and of his efforts to link Marxism with Chinese reality. This authoritative text is drawn from Volumes 13 and 15 of The Cambridge History of China, with the addition of a new Introduction and Conclusion written especially for the volume.



Summary: Insightful summary of Mao's thought
Rating: 5

Stuart Schram's 200-ish page monograph on Mao's thought is a summary of the passages on this topic contained in the Cambridge History of China (vols. 13-15), and has been separately published by the Contemporary China Institute of University of London's SOAS. This book is a very information-dense but quite readable overview of Mao's thought in politics, dialectics, economics, strategy and so forth, as it developed from the earliest stages of the May Fourth Movement to the Cultural Revolution. Schram describes objectively and with an eye for subtle details the various stages of development of Mao's thought, including but not limited to his view on the relation between countryside and city, the idea of the 'mass line', his changing views on the principal contradiction in society, the theory of the productive forces, and the attitude towards the Party and its status.

Schram shows both Mao's utopian-rebellious and his tempered, imperial aspects, not denigrating either but showing how their constant tension revealed itself in his thought and policy. Most particular these tensions not only appeared in Mao's often changing conceptions of what the true and principal contradictions were, whether "among the people" or "antagonistic", but the rapid back-and-forth in policies itself was a sign of Mao's difficulty in reconciling contrary political ideals. That is not to disparage Mao's achievements, and although this book is about Mao's thought only and does not discuss policy and results in detail unless directly relevant to it, Schram certainly has no intent of holding Mao in contempt or dismissing him as a lunatic, as so many have done. His attitude is rather that of a somewhat disappointed sympathizer.

There is not much on the relation of Mao's thought to that of other important people at the time, such as Deng, Liu or Peng, but the conclusion adds some reflections on the new course set out by Deng Xiaoping since he gained power in China (this book having been published in 1989). Schram's open-ended and objective approach and conclusions about Mao make this book an excellent general overview of Mao's intellectual contributions to Marxism and revolution.

maolive 2009-08-06 13:30
Fundamentals of Political Economy
By George C. Wang (Editor), K. K. Fung (Translator)

http://ifile.it/0okg5qb/fundamentals_of_political_economy.pdf


    * Publisher:   Sharpe, M.e., Inc.
    * Publication Date:   1977-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0873320956
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780873320955



Introduction



 Fundamentals of Political Economy is a popular introductory economics text published in the People's Republic of China in 1974 as a part of the Youth Self-Education series designed particularly for individual or group study. The primary purpose of this series, according to the preface, is to elevate the cultural level of the youths going down to the countryside, to advance their knowledge of the social and natural sciences, as well as to arouse their class consciousness. This translation makes available a comprehensive and authentic text of the Chinese version of Marxist political economy, a version which differs profoundly from that of the Soviet Union. (1)

 Fundamentals of Political Economy was originally published in two volumes. The first volume (11 chapters) is a critical review of the historical development of capitalism. The second volume (12 chapters) deals with Marxist economic principles and the manner in which they are applied in China.

 Volume I is an informative historical account from a Chinese point of view and stands as a valuable primer on Marxist political economy in general. Volume II will be of particular interest to students of Marxism as it has been applied to the Chinese economy because it is the Chinese Communists, probably Mao Tse-tung more than anyone else, who first successfully applied Marxist theory to a semicolonial and semifeudal society with a predominantly agricultural economy (other than the Mongolian People's Republic). Today China's sweeping and thoroughgoing social changes, such as land reform and the socialization of the means of production, appeal to peoples in developing countries who are disappointed with the slow progress of development under capitalism.

 The principal features, some of which we will discuss in more detail below, of the Chinese model of economic development outlined in Volume II may be characterized as follows:

 1. The Socialization of the Means of Production (Chapters 12-15)

 2. Economic Planning and Proportional Growth between Sectors (Chapter 16)

 3. Agriculture Is the Foundation, and Industry Is the Leading Factor (Chapter 17)

4. Practicing Economy and Capital Accumulation (Chapter 18)

 5. The Economic Structure by the Type of Ownership (Chapter 19)

6. National Income and Its Distribution (Chapters 20-21)

 7. Foreign Trade and Foreign Aid, and the Future of Socialism (Chapters 22-23)


It was said that this book was personally supervised by Zhang Chunqiao, a senior member of the Gang of Four and a devoted cultural revolutionary. It covers capitalism, imperialism and socialism.

maolive 2009-08-07 00:59
Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : National Revolution and Social Revolution December 1920-June 1927 (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949)
By Mao Tse Tung


    * Publisher:   M.E. Sharpe
    * Number Of Pages:   608
    * Publication Date:   1994-12
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   1563244306
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9781563244308



Product Description:

This work offers translations of the material in Mao's 20 volumes, and also gives translations of other materials released in Beijing in 1993 on the occasion of Mao's centenary. The book opens with Mao's conversion to Marxism and to the Soviet model of proletarian dictatorship.

please go to:

http://www.dztsg2.net/doc/index.php?dirpath=./%C3%AB%D4%F3%B6%AB&order=0

maolive 2009-08-07 05:42
CSE     A Critique of Soviet Economics, by Mao Tsetung, translated by Moss Roberts, (Monthly Review Press, 1977).


http://www.dztsg2.net/doc/index.php?dirpath=./%C3%AB%D4%F3%B6%AB&order=0

heiss93 2009-08-07 11:32
Thanks! Another work from the China Book Project is Fundamentals of the Chinese Communist Party  http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/2542090

maolive 2009-08-07 14:01
UP     *Uncertain Partners: Stalin, Mao, and the Korean War, by Sergei N. Goncharov, John W. Lewis, and Xue Litai, (Stanford University Press, 1993).

http://wg1966.com/bbs/ziliao/index.php?dirpath=./%C3%AB%D4%F3%B6%AB%D7%A8%CC%E2&order=0

kwiks 2013-03-02 16:20
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