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maolive 2009-04-09 05:51
                                the_early_revolutionary_activities_of_comrade_mao_

Copyright  1977 by M. E. Sharpe, Inc.
901 North Broadway, White Plains, New York 10603
Introduction Copyright 1977 by Stuart R. Schram
All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without written permission from the publisher.
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 74-24422 International Standard Book Number: 0-87332-070-0
Printed in the United States of America
From The China Book Project. The Early Revolutionary Activities of Comrade Mao Tse-tung is a translation of Mao Tse-tung t'ung-chih ti ch'u-ch'i ke-ming huo-tung,
by Li Jui (Peking: China Youth Publishing House, 1957).

------------------------

Contents

Introduction

by Stuart R. Schram

THE EARLY REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITIES OF COMRADE MAO TSE-TUNG by Li Jui

Preface

1. Student Days

I. Before Hunan First Normal School
II. School and Teacher
III. Independent Thought, Self-Steeling
IV. Study Notes and Marginal Annotations
V. Simple and Humble Work Style, Brave and Defiant Character
VI. Head of the Student Society, Running the Workers' Night School
VII. Organizing the New People's Study Society
VIII. "Not a Penny in His Pocket, a Concern for All the World"

2. Revolutionary Activities before and after the May Fourth Period

I. Organizing the Hunan Youth to Go to France under the Diligent Work and Frugal Study Program. First Trip to Peking
II. Patriotic Movement of the Hunan People before and after the May Fourth Period
III. Managing Editor of the Hsiang River Review
IV. Leading the Movement to Expel Chang Ching-yao, Second Trip to Peking
V. Unmasking the Warlord Government of T'an Yen-k'ai and Chao Heng-t'i

3. Activities Surrounding the Establishment of the Chinese Communist Party

I. Discussions on Communism and the Establishment of the Party 147
II. The Founding of the Cultural Book Society 152
III. Organizing the Society for the Study of Marxism 157
IV. Establishing the Socialist Youth Corps. Establishing a Party with Close Ties to the Masses 162
V. Founding Self-Study University. Training Young Revolutionary Cadres 170

4. The Early Labor Movement in Hunan Led by Comrade Mao Tse-tung

I. Going into the Midst of the Working Masses. Starting to Lead the Labor Movement 178
II. Winning over the Anarchists Huang Ai and P'ang Jen-ch'ilan 192
III. The Nationally Famous Anyuan Strike 199
IV. The Victory of the Changsha Masons and Carpenters in Winning Their Freedom to Do Business 213
V. The Victory of the Great Strike of the Canton-Hankow Railway Workers 229
VI. The Victory of the Great Strike of the Workers at Shui-k'ou-shan 239
VII. A Lesson for "Mr. Long Robes," Who Stood on the Workers' Heads and Picked Fault with Them 246
VIII. The Strike of the Changsha Trade Workers 254
IX. The Founding of the All-Hunan United Association of Labor Organizations. Arguing
Face to Face with Chao Heng-t'i 259

5. Conclusion 273

Appendix: The Hunan Peasant Movement during the First Revolutionary Civil War 278
The Rise of the Hunan Peasant Movement under the Leadership of Comrade Mao Tse-tung 279
The Situation in Hunan on the Eve of the Northern Expedition 286
The Seething and Stirring Agrarian Revolutionary Movement 290
Comrade Mao Tse-tung at the All-Hunan Peasants' and Workers' Congress 295
The Revolutionary-Counterrevolutionary
Struggle on the Peasant Question 298
The "Report on an Investigation of the Peasant Movement in Hunan" and a New Stage of the Hunan Peasant Movement 310
The "Horse Day Incident" and Its Lesson 313
Notes 319
Index 345 About the Contributors 355

maolive 2009-04-09 05:57
The Age of Imperialism the Economics of U.S. Foreign Policy
By Harry Magdoff



                                    the_age_of_imperialism

    * Publisher:   Modern Reader
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1969
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B000MU4L62
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

Harry Magdoff. The Age of Imperialism: The Economics of U.S. Foreign Policy. Pp. 208. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1969. $6.00.



Harry Magdoff's The Age of Imperialism is an introduction to the study of the new imperialism of the United States since World War П. With numerous charts, tables, and quotes, Magdoff substantiates the growth of U.S. involvement in other economies. Besides presenting new data, he attempts to show that "there is no fundamental conflict between U.S. economic, political and military interests."



He attacks the conventional argument that the small ratio of exports to the Gross National Product indicates the unimportance of international markets for the U.S. economy. Yearly direct capital flows to U.S.-owned foreign manufacturing subsidiaries have increased from $1.3 billion in 1957 to $3.9 billion in 1965, while sales from these operations have grown from $13.9 billion in 1955 to $37.3 billion in 1964. Since U.S. corporations control this output. Magdoff argues that it should be added to exports, which in 1964 were $20.6 billion. The combined total, $57.9 billion, gives a better measure of the current importance of foreign markets to domestic firms.

maolive 2009-04-09 06:06
China! Inside the People's Republic
By Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars

http://ifile.it/jz9fe5g        

    * Publisher:   Bantam Books
    * Number Of Pages:   433
    * Publication Date:   1972
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B0006D6XOS
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

no pass scanned pdf 62.7m

China! Inside the People's Republic

by:Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars

keywords

Kuomintang, Peking University, Red Guards, Shanghai, South Vietnam, Cambodia, Mao Tse-tung, People's Liberation Army, dazibao, Chou En-lai, Chairman Mao, Chen Yonggui, Chiang Kai-shek, acupuncture, Hong Kong, Lon Nol, Chaoyang, Yenan, barefoot doctors, Japan

Edition: illustrated
Bantam Books, 1972
433 pages

Contributors

Andrew Andreasen     *Ann Kruze
Lorraine Broderick     *Uldis Kruze
Halsey Beemer     Michael David Lampton
Cynthia Chennault     *Kenneth Levin
Helen Chauncey     *Paul Levine
Maryruth Coleman      Daniel Lindheim
Joel Coye             Jonathan Lipman
Robert Delfs         Jonathan Livingston
Richard Donern      Earl Martin
Thomas Bnglehardt      Vera Morrissey
Robert Entenmann      Felicia Oldfather
Gardell Feurtado     *Paul Pickowicz
*Anthony Garavente    Sue Ann Ritchie
*Jean Garavente     *Susan Shirk
June Gordon         Stephen Thomas
Harry Harding     Christena Turner
Kathleen Hartford    Jonathan linger
Theodore Huters    Carter Weiss
*Kay Ann Johnson     Judith Welch
* Dorothy Kehl    * Raymond Whitehead
"Frank Kehl      *Rhea Whitehead
David Kelly      *Judith Woodard
*Kim Woodard

*Member of the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars who
visited the People's Republic of China

Contents

Introduction
1. Years of Bitterness
2. The Spirit of Yenan
3. The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
4. Cities
5. Communes
6. Factories
7. Education
8. Medicine
9. The Arts
10. Women
11. China's Foreign Policy
Appendix 1: Interview with Premier Chou En-lai by the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars Friendship Delegation to China
Appendix 2: Visits with the Embassies of the Revolutionary Governments of Indochina and of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Bibliography Glossary Index

maolive 2009-04-12 05:24
A history of the Chinese cultural revolution
By Jean Daubier

http://ifile.it/z57r2q

    * Publisher:   Vintage Books
    * Number Of Pages:   336
    * Publication Date:   1974
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0394718437
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780394718439

Translation of Histoire de la révolution culturelle proletarienne en Chine, 1965-1969.

A great and widely read overall history of the Cultural Revolution.

contents and keywords:

PREFACE by Han Suyin vii 3
Mao Tse-tung , Maoist , Soviet Union
The Point of No Return
91
Red Guards , Cultural Revolution , Tsinghua University
The January Revolution in Shanghai
115
Shanghai , Cultural Revolution , Peking
......

maolive 2009-04-12 05:56
China's industrial revolution: Politics, planning, and management, 1949 to the present (The Pantheon Asia library)
By Stephen Andors


    * Publisher:   Pantheon Books
    * Number Of Pages:   344
    * Publication Date:   1977
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0394492501
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780394492506

An excellent and detailed book on China's economy under Mao.

http://ifile.it/3j71tbg/stephen_andors__china_s_industrial_revolution.pdf

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Daily Life in Revolutionary China (Modern reader ; PB-282)
By Maria A. Macciocchi



Publisher: Monthly Review Press
Number Of Pages: 512
Publication Date: 1973-03-01
ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0853452822
ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780853452829


Summary: good leftist account
Rating: 5

presents a pro-Maoist pro GPCR take on what she saw. It *is* detailed and not just mimicking what the papers said. of course, there was much else -- bad things, terrible things -- that happened, but this text and others like it give us an important side to consider. the GPCR is too complicated, and could have ended differently, for us to only take the Dengist line on those years, or worse yet to listen to the .... scar literature written for western folks


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maolive 2009-07-25 08:56
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MAO TSE-TUNG

On New Democracy
Talks at the Yenan Forum on Literature and Art
On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the People
Speech at the Chinese Communist Party's National Conference on Propaganda Work



FOREIGN LANGUAGES PRESS PEKING 1967

First Edition 1967

PUBLISHERS NOTE



The present English translations of "On New Democracy" and "Talks at the Yenan Forum on Literature and Art" have been made from the Chinese texts given in the Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung, Volumes II and III, published by the People's Publishing House, Peking, in August 1952 and in May 195}. The translations of "On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the People" and "Speech at the Chinese Communist Party's National Conference on Propaganda Work" follow the Chinese texts in Selected Readings from the Works of Mao Tse-tung (Selection A), published by the same publishing house in April 1965.

maolive 2009-07-25 09:02
http://ifile.it/z6ochd5/important_documents_concerning_the_question_of_taiwan.pdf

IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS CONCERNING THE QUESTION OF TAIWAN


FOREIGN LANGUAGES PRESS PEKING 1955

First Edition

October 1955


PUBLISHER'S NOTE

     This booklet contains important documents on the question of Taiwan, arranged chronologically, between December 1943 and July 1955. It informs the reader of the true aspect of this issue—its historical background and international significance — of the justice of the stand of the Chinese Government and Chinese people with regard to it, and of their resolute determination to liberate their own territory, Taiwan.



Printed in the People's Republic of China

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maolive 2009-08-04 11:36
"Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in China"
Foreign Languages Press, Peking
1966 and1967

"Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in China" includes 10 booklets. All articles are important Chinese Communist Party documents of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in 1966 and 1967. Most of them were reprinted from the party organs "People's Daily" and "Red Flag."

scanned pdf, 10 booklets combined, no pass, 144m

http://ifile.it/rb5cd2w/great_proletarian_cultural_revolution_in_china.pdf

maolive 2009-08-04 12:06
The Wisdom of Mao Tse-Tung

http://ifile.it/bpykhim/the_wisdom_of_mao_tse-tung.pdf

PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY New York

Copyright, 1968. by Philosophical Library, Inc. 15 East40 Street. | York. N. Y. 10016.

Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 68-56194.

Manufactured in the United Slates of America.


FOREWORD

Distributed to the Trade by BOOK SALES INC. 352 Park Ave South New York, N.Y., 10010
 
Mao Tse-Tung, until 1959 chairman of the People's Republic of China, and still chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, is the most important single person in China today. For twenty-two years he led Chinese armies in guerrilla warfare against foreign invaders, and then against the Chinese government in an effort to effect a complete socio-political revolution in his country. He succeeded, and has since been the spokesman for one-fourth of the human race.
 Mao was born in Shaoshan. Hunan Province, on November 19. 1893. His father was a peasant and Mao began working in the fields at the age of six. After an education gained at great sacrifice, Mao joined the revolutionary army, formed by Sun Yat-sen, an American-educated Chinese who promoted the overthrow of the ruling and despotic Manchus. The subsequent collapse of the Manchu regime gave Mao his first taste of the effects of revolutionary activism and set the stage for his future career.
 

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

CONTENTS

On Practice
On the Relation Between Knowledge and Practice,
Between Knowing and Doing    11
Notes    25
On Contradiction
I.    The Two World Outlooks    29
II.    The Universality of Contradiction    33
III. The Particularity of Contradiction    37
IV. The Principal Contradiction and the Principal
Aspect of a Contradiction    49
V. The Identity and Struggle of the Aspects of a
Contradiction    55
VI. The Place of Antagonism in Contradiction    61
VII.    Conclusion    63
Notes    64

On New Democracy
I.   Whither China?    69
II.   We Want to Build a New China    70
III. China's Historical Characteristics    70
IV. The Chinese Revolution is Part of the World
Revolution    72
V.   The Politics of New Democracy    77
VI.    The Economy of New Democracy    83
VII.   Refutation of Bourgeois Dictatorship    84
VIII.   Refutation of "Left" Phrase-Mongering    88
IX.   Refutation of the Die-Hards     90
X.   The Three People's Principles, Old and New    93
XI. The Culture of New Democracy    99
XII.   The Historical Characteristics of China's
        Cultural Revolution    101
XIII  The Four Periods    103
XIV.   Some Wrong Ideas About the Nature of Culture 108
XV   A National, Scientific and Mass Culture    110

heiss93 2009-08-07 20:48
Useful books on China, Mao, Marxism, and GPCR

Science in contemporary China /.  Stanford : Stanford University Press, 1980..  xxxii, 599 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm..

Hua, Shiping, 1956-: Scientism and humanism : two cultures in post-Mao China, 1978-1989 /.  Albany : State University of New York Press, c1995..  ix, 206 p. ; 24 cm..

     Ai Ssu-ch'i's contribution to the development of Chinese Marxism / Joshua A. Fogel.

Chinese Marxism in the post-Mao era / Bill Brugger and David Kelly.

The people's comic book; Red women's detachment, Hot on the trail and other Chinese comics http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/640267

Beautiful Imperialist
By David L. Shambaugh http://books.google.com/books?id=vd_UPaFix3gC&lpg=PP1&ots=n43nESXoyM&dq=beautiful%20imperialist&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q=&f=false

A mirror for socialism : Soviet criticisms of China http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/11134119

The Chinese debate about Soviet socialism, 1978-1985 http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/14240615

Maoism in the developed world     Alexander, Robert

The Revolutionary ascetic : evolution of a political type /     Mazlish, Bruce, 1923-


    History in communist China, edited by Albert Feuerwerker.

Memoirs of a Chinese marshal : the autobiographical notes of Peng Dehuai (1898-1974) http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/12256631

E.L. Wheelwright and Bruce McFarlane - The Chinese Road to Socialism: Economics of the Cultural Revolution

John Gurley - China's Economy and Mao's Strategy

The Yenan Way in revolutionary China. http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/176077

Da tong shu. The one-world philosophy of Kʻang Yu-wei
Author:     Youwei Kang
Publisher:     London, Allen & Unwin, [1958]

Red star : the first Bolshevik utopia
Author:     A Bogdanov; Loren R Graham; Richard Stites; Charles Rougle
Publisher:     Bloomington : Indiana Univ. Press, ©1984.

History and will : philosophical perspectives of Mao Tse-tung's thought
Author:     Frederic E Wakeman
Publisher:     Berkeley, University of California Press [1973]

Love and struggle in Mao's thought
Author:     Raymond L Whitehead
Publisher:     Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, ©1977.

Rethinking Mao : explorations in Mao Zedong's thought
Author:     Nick Knight
Publisher:     Lanham, MD : Lexington Books, ©2007.

Mao Tsê-tung and education: his thoughts and teachings
Author:     John N Hawkins
Publisher:     [Hamden, Conn.] Linnet Books, 1974.

Mao Zedong on dialectical materialism : writings on philosophy, 1937
Author:     Zedong Mao; Nick Knight
Publisher:     Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, ©1990.

Chinese dialectics : from Yijing to Marxism
Author:     Chenshan Tian
Publisher:     Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books, ©2005.

Marxist philosophy in China : from Qu Qiubai to Mao Zedong, 1923-1945
Author:     Nick Knight
Publisher:     Dordrecht : Springer, 2005.

And Mao makes 5 : Mao Tsetung's last great battle
Author:     Raymond Lotta
Publisher:     Chicago : Banner press, 1978.

An intellectual history of China
Author:     Zhaowu He
Publisher:     Beijing Foreign Languages Press 1998

Reflections on China
Author:     Enver Hoxha; Norman Bethune Institute.
Publisher:     Toronto : Norman Bethune Institute, 1979.

Serving the people with dialectics : essays on the study of philosophy
Publisher:     Peking : Foreign Languages Press, 1972.
Edition/Format:     Book : English

Philosophy is no mystery: peasants put their study to work.
Publisher:     Peking, Foreign Languages Press, 1972.

A short history of Chinese philosophy,
Author:     Wailu Hou
Publisher:     Peking, Foreign Languages Press, 1959.

History of the Communist Party of the United States.
Author:     William Z Foster
Publisher:     New York, Greenwood Press, 1968 [©1952]

Outline political history of the Americas.
Author:     William Z Foster
Publisher:     New York, International Publishers [1951]
Edition/Format:     Book : English

History of the three Internationals; the world socialist and communist movements from 1848 to the present.
Author:     William Z Foster
Publisher:     New York, Greenwood Press, 1968 [©1955]

Selected articles criticizing Lin Piao and Confucius.
Publisher:     Peking : Foreign Languages Press, 1974-

On the re-education of intellectuals
Publisher:     Peking : Foreign Languages Press, 1968.
Edition/Format:     Book : English

Fundamental laws of the Chinese soviet republic,
Author:     Béla Kun; China (Soviet Republic, 1931-1937); China (Soviet Republic, 1931-1937).
Publisher:     New York, International publishers [1934]

China's socialist revolution
Author:     John Collier; Elsie Collier
Publisher:     New York, Monthly Review Press [1974, ©1973]

The future of Maoism
Author:     Samir Amin
Publisher:     New York : Monthly Review Press, [1983]

The political philosophy of Mao Tse-Tung
Author:     Manoranjan Mohanty
Publisher:     Columbia, Mo. : South Asia Books, 1979, ©1978.

Continuing the revolution : studies in the political philosophy of Mao Zedong
Author:     John Bryan Starr
Publisher:     Berkeley : University of California, Berkeley, 1976.

The foundations of Mao Zedong's political thought, 1917-1935
Author:     Brantly Womack
Publisher:     Honolulu : University Press of Hawaii, ©1982.

Critical perspectives on Mao Zedong's thought
Author:     Arif Dirlik; Paul Michael Healy; Nick Knight
Publisher:     Atlantic Highlands, N.J. : Humanities Press, 1997.

Marxism, Maoism, and utopianism : eight essays
Author:     Maurice J Meisner
Publisher:     Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 1982.

Roger Howard. Mao Tse-Tung and the Chinese People. Monthly Review Press. 1977. 394pp.

Alain Bouc. Mao Tse-tung: A Guide to His Thought. St. Martin's Press. 1977. 232pp.

Roderick MacFarquhar (editor). China Under Mao: Politics Takes Command: A Selection of Articles from the China Quarterly. MIT Press. 1966. 525pp.

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Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : From the Jinggangshan to the Establishment of the Jiangxi Soviets July 1927-December 1930 (Mao's ... to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949)
By Mao Tse Tung, Stuart R. Schram, Nancy Jane Hodes


    * Publisher:   M.E. Sharpe
    * Number Of Pages:   772
    * Publication Date:   1995-11
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   156324439X
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9781563244391



Product Description:

This third volume in the series "Mao's Road to Power" contains documentation regarding Mao's military thoughts and information about the conflict between guerilla war in the overall strategy of the Chinese revolution during the years 1928-1930.

Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : From the Jinggangshan to the Establishment of the Jiangxi Soviets July 1927-December 1930 (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949 Vol.3)
Mao Tse Tung, Stuart R. Schram, Nancy Jane Hodes

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Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949: New Democracy (1939-1941) (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949 Vol.7)
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Mao's Road to Power: The New Stage (August 1937-1938) (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949 Vol.6)
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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 Vol.2)

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maolive 2009-08-10 05:49
The miracles of Chairman Mao: a compendium of devotional literature, 1966-1970; edited and introduced by George Urban
By G. R. (ed.) Urban


    * Publisher:   London, Tom Stacey Limited
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1971-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B002DGIA06
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

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Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong) in opposition, 1927-1935 [by] John E. Rue, with the assistance of S. R. Rue
By John E. Rue


    * Publisher:   Stanford Calif. Published for the Hoover Institution on War Revolution and Peace by Stanford University Press
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1966-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B002BAOL02
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

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maolive 2009-08-10 12:09
LHASA, THE OPEN CITY: A Journey to Tibet
By Han Suyin


    * Publisher:   Putnam's
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1977-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B002KNDOW6
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

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maolive 2009-08-11 04:55
http://ifile.it/uj1n94p/mao_a_biography_by_ross_terrill.pdf

Mao: A biography
By Ross Terrill


    * Publisher:   Harper & Row
    * Number Of Pages:   481
    * Publication Date:   1980
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   006014243X
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780060142438



Product Description:

This is the most comprehensive and authoritative biography to date of Mao Zedong, enriched by information only recently made available in China.



Summary: Good but dense
Rating: 4

I ploughed into Terrill's Mao biography with great eagerness, as his account of Jiang Qing, is one of the best China biographies around.

I was disappointed. Disclaimer, I didn't even finish it. Perhaps Mao is a more complicated subject, but the historical discourse, Communist theoretical deconstruction, etc, just bogged me down. I only got as far as the Xian incident before having to return the book.

Of the parts I read, though, the account of Mao's youth was compelling, and I suspect later periods of Cultural Revolution and Zhongnanhai power struggles would also prove so.

Mao is, of course, a figure of history hard to capture as a human being. Terrill does a good job of dissecting the motivations of the man behind the myth, although such exercises cannot rise about conjecture. This book is worth reading, but not casually: it is highly academic, and requires the commitment of a weight loss program. Stick with it, you'll probably be rewarded.


Summary: A History of the Mao era.
Rating: 4

After reading Wild Swans I wanted to find out a bit more about China in the time of Mao, so I read this book about him. It's really good, in that I found it quite objective. In a way I found myself respecting his original beliefs, but he was hopeless at putting anything into practice. I only gave the book 4 stars, because at times it's difficult reading.

maolive 2009-08-12 08:35
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Mao: A Life
By Philip Short


    * Publisher:   Henry Holt and Co.
    * Number Of Pages:   768
    * Publication Date:   2000-01-19
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0805031154
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780805031157



Product Description:

The definitive biography of the man who dominated modern Chinese history.

When the Nationalists routed a ragtag Red Army on the Xiang River during the Long March, an earthy Chinese peasant with a brilliant mind moved to a position of power. Eight years after his military success, Mao Tse-Tung had won out over more sophisticated rivals to become party chairman, his title for life. Isolated by his eminence, he lived like a feudal emperor for much of his reign after a blood purge took more lives than those killed by either Stalin or Hitler. His virtual quarantine resulted in an ideological/political divide and a devastating reign of terror that became the Cultural Revolution. Though Mao broke the shackles of two thousand years of Confucian right thinking and was the major force of contemporary China, he reverted to the simplistic thinking of his peasant origins at the end, sustained by the same autocratic process that supported China's first emperors.

One cannot understand today's China without first understanding Mao. Attempts to view Mao's life through Western lenses inevitably present a cartoonish monster or hero, both far removed from the real man. Philip Short's masterly assessment-informed by secret documents recently found in China-allows the reader to understand this colossal figure whose shadow will dominate the twenty-first century.


Amazon.com Review:

Of the three great tyrants of the 20th century--Hitler, Stalin, and Mao--the West generally knows the least about the latter. What we do know is that he was every bit as genocidal in his policies as either of the other two great villains of the age. In fact, in purely statistical terms, Mao might have been responsible for the deaths of more people than Hitler and Stalin combined. However, Philip Short's immense but immensely readable and impressively researched biography of the man goes far deeper than this. Yes, he acknowledges, Mao was a tyrant, but then China always has been run by tyrants; it never has had a tradition of democracy. And Mao was also an idealist: the deaths of millions was, as he saw it, the price that his country had to pay for being dragged from a state of medieval servitude--perpetually on the brink of famine--to that of a modern, industrialized, self-sufficient nation, in the space of a single lifetime. Short also humanizes Mao, and shows a man who had a profound and sincere interest in Chinese philosophy and poetry, and a surprisingly sharp sense of humor. None of this can exonerate Mao from the charge of inhumanity on an epic scale. But it does make for a much more rounded and complex portrait of the figure who, as the 21st century unfolds, might be shown to have had more influence on world history than either Hitler or Stalin. --Christopher Hart, Amazon.co.uk



Summary: Hitler, Stalin, ... Mao.
Rating: 4

I had to take a sabbatical partway through this book. The savagery was infuriating, nauseating. Human life falls under a boot heel like rice.


Summary: Ultimately effective...
Rating: 4

It took a while to warm to Philip Short's Mao, A Life, though it begins traditionally with his ancestry and birth. It is what comes after and lasts through the first third of the book that saps any attempt at momentum. Mao's early political career was as chaotic as the country that gave rise to it. Fledgling communist groups split, reorganized, collaborated with the elitist Guomindong, spurned the Guomindong, split again, reformed, obeyed the Comintern, ignored the Comintern, seemingly ad infinitum. It is Short's job to capture this chaos and present it to the reader with some semblance of order and intrigue. For roughly 200 pages, Philip Short fails to do so. Indeed, his ricochet manner perplexes the reader until Mao's power in China is consolidated.

As Chang Kai-shek flees for Taiwan, Short's biography begins to grow wings. Now, soberly told, is the Mao megalomania, the seeming psychosis, the atrocious social experimentation. Mao's ridiculously arbitrary to-and-fro policies led to the deaths of millions. Snapping this way and that, his manipulative, scheming, whims du jour left his comrades alternately humiliated, imprisoned or dead and the powerless proletariat victims of famine.

Short adds nuance to the retelling of Mao's lunatic purges by referring often to the Chairman's poetry, intellect, brinksmanship, and military genius. Yet, even as Short employs a biographer's moderation, he moves one to embarrassment that a creature such as Mao once existed. I trust this isn't unintentional. 4 stars.


Summary: The men who Would be King: The Chairman and the Generalissimo
Rating: 5

Short, Philip (1999) Mao: A Life (Holt: New York)

Fenby, Jonathan (2003) Chiang Kai-Shek: China's Generalissimo and the Nation He Lost (Carroll & Graf: New York).

On October 1, 1949 Chairman Mao Zedong stood at the Gate of Heavenly Peace and declared the founding of the People's Republic of China. He told the assembled crowd, "We, the 475 million Chinese people have stood up and our future is infinitely bright." He further continued "The Chinese people have stood up." Two months the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) achieved later final victory. The leader of the Kuomintang (KMT), Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek, fled with his party to the Chinese provincial island of Taiwan. That day was the endgame of a battle that began twenty-two years earlier during the 1927 Autumn Harvest Uprising in Hunan.
Both Mao and Chiang are synonymous with the history of modern China. Both men came from similar backgrounds, had similar strategies and similar visions for China. Each man came from humble origins - Chiang the son of a salt merchant and Mao the son of a well off peasant. Mao and Chiang also sought to remake China as a modern nation within the world of nation-states. On more than one occasion each man was willing to use the other for their own struggle within their respective parties. To a degree, they were peas in a pod in modern China.
The capturing of these complicated men in their pod has been a complicated process for most writers. Many writers are trapped in their internal politics to capture the true person behind the images. Mao and Chiang both have had devoted followers and devote detractors who were more than willing to take a blind eye to things both good and bad done by these men.
Short and Fenby, however, do not. These two biographies are both extremely objective and sound. Mao is seen as the terrible dictator that he was. "His rule brought about the deaths of more of his own people than any other leader in history." Short admires Mao as being the man "who wrenched China from it medieval torpor and forced it into the contours of a modern nation."
Fenby, meanwhile, is equally objective in his assessment of the Generalissimo. Chiang's regime, both on the Mainland and on Taiwan, was not the thriving democracy it is even though of in the west. But in fact, it was a authoritarian one "organized on Leninist lines with a repressive internal security apparatus." Yet in the wake of three decades of horrid revolution, "Chiang and his era become less of the nightmare painted after the Communist victory."
Without Mao or Chiang China would probably still be the semi-colonial backwater it was when they were born in the late nineteenth century. Both men helped to unmake the old feudalist China ran for the betterment of Qing Dynasty and laid the groundwork for the extreme economic growth both on the Mainland and on Taiwan. Each Short and Fenby attempt to capture these two complicated men who will dominate the pages of history for centuries to come. Each is a fantastic read about the two men who would be king.


Summary: A nuanced portrait of a complex man.
Rating: 5

Of all the great 20th century dictators, Mao seems the hardest to fathom. This is probably because of the way his mind worked and the peculiarities of his weltenschaung. It is useless to pin down his psyche with a choice quotation or two. The man who famously said that "power flows out of the barrel of a gun" has also been reported as saying that it is "a mistake to believe that weapons decide everything". Above all -- in Phillip Short's excellent biography -- Mao comes across as a man of contradictions. He saw the world in dialectical, yin-yang terms. One feels, almost, that the great turmoils he unleashed were his way of ensuring that the great proletarian revolution remained permanant and forever dialectical and always violent. Stasis would be bad for China.

To those brought up under a western-inspired education system and world-view, Mao seems like a capricious crank, a heartless monster. In Philip Short's treatment, however, Mao displays a preternatural sense of nuance and subtlety of thought, and a finely-honed sense of brinkmanship (as in the Cultural Revolution where he let loose the forces of revolution upon the Party itself).

And what of his legacy ? Short argues that an important distinction needs to be made between Mao and the other dictators: The overwhelming majority of deaths under his rule were the unintended consequence of policies, not the deliberate genocide of a class of people (like the Jews or the Kulaks). Mao's cavalier attitude towards deaths on a massive scale is acknowledged. To Mao, a million deaths is merely a part of the dialectics of revolution. In this sense he was indeed a monster.

Today China is a capitalist country in all but name. I think Mao would have seen this as a natural state of affairs, given the contradictions inherent in world history.If he were to come back from the grave, he would judge that the time is now ripe for him to unleash another great upheaval. Capitalist stasis is also not good !


Summary: Excellent Book...But Missing Some Info
Rating: 4

This is a superbly written biography of Mao Zedong who I feel should be in any Sinophile's library. The great detail of Mao Zedong's early life and how he got into Communism is excellent. The description of his Anarchist/Marxist philosophy gives a reader a very clear understanding on why Communism came about in China; that it was mostly accepted by the majority of the Chinese population (especially peasants) and not initially enforced upon them, a view held by most Americans. The sad developments of Hundred Flowers Campaign, Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution are also revealed in great detail.

However, no matter how good this book is, I'm still a little bothered by some of it's lack of details on certain very important aspects of modern Chinese history.

1) Not enough was mention about his relationship with Japanese when China was engaged in the war with Japan. Nothing was mentioned on any possible collaboration with Japan that would have upset certain Chinese who claimed that the Communists did more against Japanese than Nationalist.

2) And talking about the Sino Japanese War, why wasn't the big battle of Operation Ichigo mentioned? China would have faced annihilation from Japan during this gigantic operation in 1944, something that worried China greatly and affect the future of the Communists and Nationalists.

3) Not enough about Zhou Enlai was mentioned. Zhou Enlai's proposal of the Four Modernization program was used by Deng Xiaoping to transformed China. I felt this is ultra-important information that should have been mentioned about the 70s. The contrast of Mao Zedong's ultra left views with Zhou's moderate views would have given the reader a great understanding how Deng's program succeeded in the great transformation of modern China from Mao's disastrous programs.

4) Mao Zedong developed some sort of mental illness later in life which caused the strange series of events during the cultural revolution, especially his purge of Liu Shaoqi; this mental illness was possibly caused by drugs (this was mentioned in Harrison Salisbury's "New Emperors" this would have explained his erratic behavior during his old age.

But otherwise this is a truly good book. I am most impressed by Short's ultra unbiased viewpoints.

Anybody who read this book should compare it with the Chiang Kai Shek's biography, " Chiang Kai Shek: China's Generalissimo and the Nation He Lost", by Jonathan Fenby.

maolive 2009-08-12 14:33
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Wind in the tower: Mao Tsetung and the Chinese revolution, 1949-1975
By Suyin Han


    * Publisher:   Little, Brown
    * Number Of Pages:   404
    * Publication Date:   1976
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0316342882
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780316342889


Han Suyin is the author of 14 earlier books, including A Many-Splendored Thing, China In the Year 2000 (1967), and the companion to this volume, The Morning Deluge (1972). Here she begins with Mao at 56, surveying the victory of his forces: ""He refused to be delayed, as he also refused to be hurried."" And so it goes for 25 years, with Mao perpetually generous to foes, unsparing toward ...

maolive 2009-08-13 05:38
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Women's liberation in China (Marxist theory and contemporary capitalism)
By Claudie Broyelle


    * Publisher:   Humanities Press
    * Number Of Pages:   174
    * Publication Date:   1977
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0391005871
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780391005877

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maolive 2009-08-14 08:21
China In The Year 2001: Change In China, An Analysis.
By Han. Suyin


    * Publisher:   Basic Books
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1967-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B0026CQEXM
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

PREFACE

This book is the result of a decade of visits, eleven in all varying from two weeks to three months, to China, and the collection of data over a wide area in cities and rural districts.

The tremendous pace of change in China, especially since the Cultural Revolution of 1966, tends to leave every study of events out of date. These chapters are meant as an introduction to the non-initiate, as well as a point of reference for those who are interested in Chinese developments, and within this limitation may be of some usefulness.

A good many studies made abroad have suffered from the fact that standards of measurement and deductive logic derived from Western and Russian developments have been applied to the Chinese progress, and perhaps these premises should be questioned more thoroughly than they have been so far.

Since the writer is not a Marxist, the interpretation of some events, and their motivation, the attempt to explain the Chinese way of grappling with their own situation and problems, may be faulted by a theoretician. In view of the fact that the Chinese point of view has so far been refused its proper validity, though it is the most essential element in the present situation in China, and also in the world at large, a book which tries to fill this gap may prove to stimulate more thought on the subject by those who are interested in present-day developments.

March, 1967


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maolive 2009-08-14 08:29
Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : The Rise and Fall of the Chinese Soviet Republic 1931-1934 (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949)
By Stuart R. Schram, Nancy Jane Hodes, Stephen C. Averill


    * Publisher:   East Gate Book
    * Number Of Pages:   1006
    * Publication Date:   1997-03
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   1563248913
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9781563248917



Product Description:

This text chronicles in Mao's own words, the military struggles leading to the establishment of the Chinese Soviet Republic in 1931. It contains translations of the basic materials defining the policies and structure of the state within a state from 1931 to 1934.

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maolive 2009-08-14 10:43
The New York Times Report from Red China
By Tillman. Durdin


    * Publisher:   Times Books
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1972-02
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0812903420
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780812903423

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maolive 2009-08-14 11:02
Asia Today: Two Outlooks : Beatty Memorial Lectures
By Suyin Han


    * Publisher:   McGill-Queen's University Press
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1969-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B001KUVA62
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

I
Revolutionary Change in the Twentieth Century

II

The Cultural Revolution in China

III

War and Peace

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maolive 2009-08-15 06:33
Mao's Road to Power Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949    Vol.5

Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : From the Jinggangshan to the Establishment of the Jiangxi Soviets July 1927-December 1930 (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949 Vol.3)
Mao Tse Tung, Stuart R. Schram, Nancy Jane Hodes

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maolive 2009-08-15 12:59
Mao Papers - Anthology and Biography
By Jerome Ch'en


    * Publisher:   Oxford University Press, London
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1970-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B002EK45LO
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  


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maolive 2009-08-16 14:18
Mao's Road to Power Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949    Vol.6

Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : From the Jinggangshan to the Establishment of the Jiangxi Soviets July 1927-December 1930 (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949 Vol.3)
Mao Tse Tung, Stuart R. Schram, Nancy Jane Hodes

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Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949: New Democracy (1939-1941) (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949 Vol.7)
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Mao's Road to Power: The New Stage (August 1937-1938) (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949 Vol.6)
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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 Vol.2)

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maolive 2009-08-18 08:57
Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949: New Democracy (1939-1941) (Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings, 1912-1949 Vol.7)
By Mao Tse Tung


    * Publisher: East Gate Book (December 30, 2004)
    * Language: English
    * ISBN-10: 0765607948
    * ISBN-13: 978-0765607942



Product Description:

Revolution in its Leninist guise has been a dominant force in the world for most of the 20th century, and the Chinese revolution has been, with the Russian revolution, one of its two most important manifestations. Mao Zedong, the architect of victory in China in 1949, stands out as one of the dominant figures of the century. Guerilla leader, strategist, conqueror, ruler, poet and philosopher, he placed his imprint on China, and on the world. Even though today communism is widely seen as bankrupt, Mao Zedong's achievements as an innovative disciple of Lenin and Stalin in the most populous nation on earth guarantees his place in history. Whatever the ultimate fate of communism in China, the fact of Mao's influence on events during more than five decades, and its resonance after his death, will remain. This edition of Mao Zedong's writings provides abundant documentation in his own words regarding his life and thought. It has been compiled from all available Chinese sources, including not only the 20-volume edition published in Tokyo years ago, but many new materials issued in China since 1978, both openly and for internal circulation. The editors have pursued a threefold goal: firstly, to translate every text by Mao which could be obtained, so as to make this English version as complete as possible; secondly, to annotate the materials in sufficient detail to make them accessible to the non-specialist reader; and thirdly, to combine accuracy with a level of literary quality which is intended to make the volumes agreeable as well as instructive to read. Volume 1 includes translations of the entire contents of the authoritative "Mao Zedong Zaoqi Wengao 1912.6-1920.11" ("Draft writings from Mao Zedong's early period, June 1912-November 1920"), published in Beijing in 1990, plus some 15 additional texts for the same period which have been attributed to Mao. Among the items thus made available in English are his first surviving work, a middle school essay of 1912 in praise of Shang Yang; his very extensive "Classroom Notes" of late 1913 on the lectures of his most influential teachers, Yang Changji and "Yuan the Big Beard"; a dozen letters to his then close friend Xiao Zisheng (Siao-yu), who described a shared odyssey in "Mao-Tse-tung and I were Beggars"; his marginal annotations of 1918 to the German philosopher Friedrich Paulsen's work on ethics, in which Mao proclaimed himself a believer in "individualism" and an admirer of Nietzsche; and many important letters, articles, and other writings documenting his evolution from liberalism to anarchism and finally to Marxism in 1919-1920.

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maolive 2009-08-19 15:17
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The Writings of Mao Zedong, 1949-1976: September 1949-December 1955
By Mao Tse Tung, Michael Y. M. Kau


    * Publisher:   M.E. Sharpe
    * Number Of Pages:   814
    * Publication Date:   1986-12
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0873323912
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780873323918

The Writings of Mao Zedong, 1949-1976 Vol 1: September 1949-December 1955
Mao Tse Tung, Michael Y. M. Kau

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The Writings of Mao Zedong, 1949-1976: Volume II: January 1956-December 1957
By Zedong Mao, John K. Leung, Michael Y. M. Kau


    * Publisher:   M. E. Sharpe
    * Number Of Pages:   912
    * Publication Date:   1992-09
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0873323920
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780873323925



Product Description:

This collection of the correspondence of Mao Zedong during the period 1956 to 1957 explores the question of legitimatizing the leadership of the CCP, the pace of the socialist transformation of China's economy, and the issue of the divergence of ideological opinion over the strategy of revolution.

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maolive 2009-08-22 15:33
The Unknown Cultural Revolution Life and Change in a Chinese Village

The Unknown Cultural Revolution: Life and Change in a Chinese Village
By Dongping Han


    * Publisher:   Monthly Review Press
    * Number Of Pages:   208
    * Publication Date:   2008-12-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   1583671803
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9781583671801



Product Description:

The Unknown Cultural Revolution challenges the established narrative of ChinaÂ’s Cultural Revolution, which assumes that this period of great social upheaval led to economic disaster, the persecution of intellectuals, and senseless violence. Dongping Han offers a powerful account of the dramatic improvements in the living conditions, infrastructure, and agricultural practices of ChinaÂ’s rural population that emerged in this period. Drawing on extensive local interviews and records in rural Jimo County, in Shandong Province, Han shows that the Cultural Revolution helped overthrow local hierarchies, establish participatory democracy and economic planning in the communes, and expand education and public services, especially for the elderly. Han lucidly illustrates how these changes fostered dramatic economic development in rural China.

The Unknown Revolution documents a neglected side of ChinaÂ’s Cultural Revolution, demonstrating the potential of mass education and empowerment for radical political and economic transformation. It is a bold and provocative work, which demands the attention not only of students of contemporary Chinese history but of all who are concerned with poverty and inequality in the world today.



Summary: It's not Fanshen, nor Fenshan, but Still Important
Rating: 5

Those interested in what it is that forges class consciousness (in the midst of our current international war of the rich on the poor, where the rich use their governments as executive committees and armed weapons and the children of the poor go off to kill the poor of other nations on behalf of the rich in their homelands--the rich being fully class conscious and the poor not so much) and what the relationship is of social inequality and education, should pay attention to this first effort from Dongping Han and hope for even more. Granted, this is not William Hinton, but it is a contemporary effort to demonstrate that what the Chinese "Communist" government says about the Cultural Revolution simply does not make good sense, that equality and economic development are not contradictory, nor are education and equality at odds. I hope Han finds a lot of readers who also check out his nice concluding bibliography. The struggle continues....


Summary: Shandong Province County Prospers in the "Lost Decade"
Rating: 5

The standard image of the Cultural Revolution is red guard hooliganism, economic disruption, factional wars, violent army repression, closed schools, extreme emperor worship, persecution of intellectuals, and ideological rigidity. These are all true, for most areas and in certain periods of the CR. However, there was a wide variety of experiences, and all such experiences must be examined for an all-around accurate perception of this tumultuous period. This volume is an account of an altogether different Cultural Revolution period experience.

In this Shandong county, where the author grew up (eventually coming to the US for a Ph.D. in political science), the Cultural Revolution was not "10 lost years" at all, but rather a period that saw substantial gains in educational opportunity and economic development.

The author argues that the advances in education in his village during the CR and a change in the local political culture facilitated economic development; i.e. the three cannot be disentangled.

Traditionally, he argues, China's political culture was one of "officialdom", where local officials had unchecked power and peasants felt powerless and thus were politically passive. One might cite the occasional peasant rebellions in Chinese history as point of balance (there are likely subtler ways of resistance as well). He argues that the traditional education system's bias against peasants, which continued after the establishment of the PRC, helped stabilize this political culture by keeping the peasants ignorant.

In this village, when the "serve the people" communist guerrillas (who had received enthusiastic support from Shandong peasants during the wars against the Japanese and Nationalists) became the new rulers after 1949, they -- having no constraints on their power -- gradually abandoned their war time populist ways and adopted the old "officialdom" ways. Han argues that a major purpose behind the many campaigns from 1953-1965, many of which had vague anti-corruption tags, was to challenge continuing "officialdom". But these campaigns were successfully steered away from the practitioners of officialdom and often towards scapegoats, often supposed "class enemies". These pre-Cultural Revolution campaigns, and their alleged failures are quickly brushed over; more detail can be found on the "Four Clean-Ups" for instance in other village studies like _Chen Village_, _Shenfan_, _Chinese Village, Socialist State_, _The Spiral Road_, _Cadres and Kin_, _Red Earth_). Han argues that the Cultural Revolution was Mao's last major attempt to root out the culture of officialdom and establish a new political culture where the peasants would be empowered to challenge the village elite, and this time it worked, in this particular area, thanks to the actions of CR inspired local rebels.

Han also has chapters detailing the reforms in education, which widely increased both access (especially to girls) and the applicability of the curriculum to local development needs.

The attempts to move to the general, away from the experience of this county raise questions. How typical is this positive experience? It's hard to say, except more likely to have occurred in the north. Some village studies indicate the Cultural Revolution was not the kind of bottom-up populism as described here, but rather horizontal factional jostling for power (e.g. William Hinton's _Shenfan_). We know from Andrew Walder and Yang Su's extensive examination of county annals (China Quarterly, March 2003) of the sobering level of violence inflicted in the 1968-71 period, often the army and party crushing rebel groups, which the "establishment radicals" (see Peter Moody -- Journal of Contemporary China, Fall 1993) were either unwilling or unable to stop. China is so large and complex there is no one-size-fits-all description. Nevertheless, Han's home county experience at least shows the potential of mass education and populist politics to facilitate equitable rural development, and needs recording as one of the varied experiences of the Cultural Revolution.

Han goes on to point out how the reforms have rolled back many of the achievements in rural education during Cultural Revolution years, failed to maintain equity (an important value for Chinese peasants), and also brought back the familiar officialdom style of rule. A case could be made that Han underemphasizes the overall nationwide problems with Cultural Revolution (doubtlessly influenced by his own county's success), and does not give enough praise to the reforms' positive aspects (ex: much more freedom for locals to grow what they want, and market it at fair prices). But just as the reformers were right to blame the Cultural Revolution for ideological extremism and intolerance and the many problems that caused, the reformers should be called to answer why they have not extended or in some cases even maintained the social justice gains of the previous period. Unfortunately, voices like Han's are usually left out of the debate on rural policy in China, because they challenge the official view, and vested interests.

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maolive 2009-08-24 10:55
China 1890-1938: From the Warlords to World War (A History in Documentary Photographs)
By Han Suyin

http://s24.ifile.it/hm70cr1/zk0t/714818/China%201890-1938%20From%20the%20Warlords%20to%20World%20War%20%28A%20History%20in%20Documentary%20Photographs%29.zip

    * Publisher:   Marboro Books
    * Number Of Pages:   260
    * Publication Date:   1989-10
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   389434007X
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9783894340070

maolive 2009-08-24 13:42
Mao: Great Lives Observed
By Jerome Ch'en


    * Publisher:   Prentice-Hall
    * Number Of Pages:   176
    * Publication Date:   1969
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B000HHWPUO
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:

biography of mao zedong

http://s21.ifile.it/rhu0wzl/1kul/744993/mao%2013555912x.pdf

heiss93 2009-08-25 08:53
The China Book Project was a series of English translations of Chinese works during the Mao era:

        Chʻen, Yün,     Chʻen Yün’s Strategy for China’s development : a non-Maoistalternative /      1983    

        Dunn, Robert, 1915-     Chinese approaches to family planning /      1979        
        Andors, Stephen, 1938-     Workers and workplaces in revolutionary China /      1977    

        Li, Rui,     The early revolutionary activities of comrade Mao Tse-tung /      1977    

        Seybolt, Peter J.     The Rustication of urban youth in China : a social experiment /      1977    

        Yang, Kʻuan.     Shang Yang’s reforms and state control in China /      1977    

        Shan-hsi sheng Chin-tung-nan chʻü ssu shih pien chi wei yüan hui.     The people of Taihang : an anthology of family histories /      1976    
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        Tang ti chi chʻu chih shih pien hsien tsu.     Fundamentals of the Chinese Communist Party /      1976     Book

maolive 2009-08-27 10:44
Andors, Stephen, 1938-     Workers and workplaces in revolutionary China /      1977

http://wg1966.com/ziliao/index.php?dirpath=./Life%20under%20Mao%201949%20to%201976&order=0

maolive 2009-09-01 05:16
Love and Struggle in Mao's Thought
By Raymond Whitehead


    * Publisher:   orbis books
    * Number Of Pages:   166
    * Publication Date:   1977-06
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0883442906
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780883442906

http://ifile.it/oi25bcx

heiss93 2009-09-01 23:28
Li Da and Marxist Philosophy in China By Nick Knight, includes a exposition of the main Maoist textbook on dialectical materialism and philosophy.  http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/34410478

maolive 2009-09-02 12:01
Science and Socialist Construction in China (The China book project)
By Liang-Ying Hsu, Xu Liangying, Dainian Fan, Pierre M. Perrolle, John C. S. Hsu, Fan Dianian


    * Publisher:   M E Sharpe Inc
    * Number Of Pages:   224
    * Publication Date:   1982-06
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0873321898
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780873321891

http://www.plunder.com/-download-f9650a1045.htm

maolive 2009-09-03 02:12
名称Marxist philosophy in China: from Qu Qiubai to Mao Zedong, 1923-1945作者Nick Knight版本插图版出版商Springer, 2005ISBN1402038054, 9781402038051页数245 页


This book examines the introduction of Marxist philosophy to China from the early 1920s to the mid 1940s. It does this through an examination of the philosophical activities and writings of four Chinese Marxist philosophers central to this process. These are Qu Qiubai, Ai Siqi, Li Da and Mao Zedong. The book sets the philosophical writings of these philosophers in the context of the development of Marxist philosophy internationally, and examines particularly the influence on these philosophers of Soviet Marxist philosophy. It argues that these Chinese Marxist philosophers' interpretations of Marxist philosophy were quite orthodox when judged by the standards of contemporary Soviet Marxism. The book explores core themes in Marxist philosophy in China, including the dilemma of determinism, and investigates the way in which these Chinese Marxist philosophers sought a formula for the 'Sinification' of Marxist philosophy that both retained the universal dimensions of Marxism and allowed its application to the Chinese context. The book concludes with analysis of the role of the Yanan New Philosophy Association in developing from Soviet Marxist philosophy the philosophical dimension of Mao Zedong Thought, the official ideology of the Chinese Communist Party after 1945.
      
      
Marx Marxist Philosophy and the Construction of Orthodoxy 13


Qu Qiubai and the Origins of Marxist Philosophy in China In defence 29


Qu Qiubai and the Origins of Marxist Philosophy in China The dilemma 53


The New Philosophy and Marxist Philosophy in China 71


Ai Siqi and Mao Zedong The role of philosopher to the Chinese 93


Ai Siqi on the New Philosophy The laws and logic of dialectical 109


Da and Marxist Philosophy in China 129


Mao Zedong and the New Philosophy 149


Mao Zedong on Dialectical Materialism 171


From the New Philosophy to Mao Zedong Thought The role of 196


Conclusion Marxist Philosophy in China 19231945 215


Bibliography 225


INDEX 233


版权


      
            












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maolive 2009-09-03 09:14
THE UNQUENCHABLE SPARK.
By Anonymous Anthology. Chen Yi and Others.


    * Publisher:   Peking: Foreign Languages Press,
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1963-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B002K9KZI6
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

http://www.plunder.com/-download-884097ace2.htm


The stories in this volume are selected and translated from the Fourth Volume of The Spark That Started a Prairie Fire, a collection of reminiscences of the Chinese revolution, published in June 1961 by the People's Literature Publishing House, Peking.


Printed in the People's Republic of China

Contents

Guerrillas in Southern Kiangsi
Chen Yi
Bitter Years of Struggle
Yang Shang-kuei
A Narrow Escape
Chung Cbun-shan
Hold On to the Struggle in the Hunan-Kiangsi Border Region Tuan Huan-ching
Flame on High Mountains
Peng Shou-sheng
True Friendship
Tan Chi-lung
Under the Enemy's Nose Huang Chin-sze
Thrice We Fooled the Enemy
Lin Wei-hsien
We Left Our Mountain Base Hsu Chi-chang
Before the Evacuation
Chen Yun-hing
Night Raid on Lungyen
Yu Ping-hui
The Ambush at Chinmu Ridge
Huang Chui-ming

Loyalty As Deep as the Sea
Wu Li-pi
The Unquenchable Spark
Wang Yung-hsin
Fighting in Southwest Chekiang
Yu Lung-kuei

maolive 2009-09-03 12:41
The People of Taihang: An Anthology of Family Histories
By Sidney L Greenblatt


    * Publisher:   International Arts Sciences
    * Number Of Pages:  
    * Publication Date:   1976-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   087332059X
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780873320597

Introduction: Sidney L. Creenblatt xiii
The People of Taihang
Foreword 3
A Home Civen by Chairman Mao 9
The Tragedy of the People of "Lucky Star Locust" 33
The Story of Selling Oneself 51
Land 64
A Cave with Two Entrances 81
The Wheelbarrow 89
A Funeral for a Dog 102
The Fight 110
Yu-huang Temple in a Blizzard 134
Under the Iron Hoof of Japanese Imperialism 148
The "Millstone" Shoes 166
A Woman Farmhand 180
The Poor People's Cave 199
Revolutionary Mother Pao Lien-tzu 218
A Shepherd Becomes a College Professor 246
A Poor Blacksmith Becomes a Master of the Country 267
An Honorable Family of Miners 285
About the Editor 307

http://www.plunder.com/-download-fa9555ec52.htm

maolive 2009-09-03 12:43
Maoism in the Developed World
By Robert J. Alexander


    * Publisher:   Praeger Publishers
    * Number Of Pages:   232
    * Publication Date:   2001-07-30
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0275961486
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780275961480



Product Description:

Alexander surveys the most important dissident movement within International Communism in the developed world since World War II. He traces its origins, the issues that differentiated the movement from Moscow-oriented communism, and shows why the movement had an attraction for both traditional communists and others of the left.

http://www.plunder.com/-download-d1b1fe0a38.htm

maolive 2009-09-05 02:31
Mao Zedong on Dialectical Materialism: Writings on Philosophy, 1937 (Chinese Studies on China)
By Nick Knight


    * Publisher:   M.E. Sharpe
    * Number Of Pages:   295
    * Publication Date:   1990-05
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0873326822
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780873326827



Product Description:

New and annotated translations of philosophical essays written by Mao Zedong in 1937, which have come to be regarded as a cornerstone in the development of Chinese Marxism. The editor analyzes their textual, philosophical and historical significance.

http://www.plunder.com/-download-4f26fe820a.htm

maolive 2009-09-05 03:14
Serving the people with dialectics : essays on the study of philosophy by workers and peasants
By Foreign Languages Press


    * Publisher:   Peking : Foreign Languages Press
    * Number Of Pages:  48
    * Publication Date:   1972-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B000VZGU3K
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

key words:

acupuncture acupuncture points analysed applied Chairman Mao's big equipment blossomed bridge brigade cabbage carbon dioxide carrying capacity caterpillar tractor causes become operative Chairman Mao points Chairman Mao says Chairman Mao's philosophic Chairman Mao's teaching chemical Chinese Chinese cabbage co-op cold wave communes and brigades damaged dead letters deep drought duction elephant equipment external causes become family name favour flatcar Following Chairman Mao's fracture functional exercises growth of peanuts heavy rain hectares Hell's Hell's Gate holds that external humidity and ventilation hundred tons incontinence Inner Mongolia internal causes Keng Chang-chun kilometres knowledge Kwangsi laws of weather leafy vegetable learned load lower-middle peasants lunar month main stem Mao points Mao's philosophic thinking Marxist philosophy material conditions materialist dialectics matic paraplegia metabolism method metres millet muscle atrophy needle onions operative through internal orthopaedists oxygen padded trousers pair of branches paralysis paraplegia patients peanut plants peanut yield Peking perature ploughing pods poor and lower-middle practice preserving tomatoes principal contradiction problems proletarian Proletarian Cultural Revolution reconnaissance revisionist revolution road scientific experiment scientific method shallow sowing Shanghai Shantung sidered solve spinal column spinal cord spinal nerves sprouting storage cellar stored studied Chairman Mao's study of Chairman teaching of Chairman temperature things three tomatoes tion tomatoes traditional medicine trailer transport traumatic paraplegia treatment truck Tung turn turning radius typhoon vegetables Wang Chen Wang Chen-lin Wang Hsiu-lan weather changes weather forecasting weather keepers Weather Station went workers Yao Shih-chang Yian


contents:

Raising Peanut Yields  1

Weather Keepers for the Revolution  19

......

http://www.plunder.com/-download-76d1c49827.htm

maolive 2009-09-05 03:31
Wild Bull Village Chinese Short Stories
By Wu Ai


    * Publisher:   FOREIGN LANGUAGES PRESS
    * Number Of Pages:  107
    * Publication Date:   1965-01-01
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   B0025VHCD0
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:  

keywords:

Ah-hsiu asked bamboo bandit chief barley Big Sister bowls cadres cavalry mount chairman Chang Hua Chen Hai-min comrades crop daughter dyke eyes face fire flashlamp flood girl Grandpa Kuo gruel hand head heard horse I've Jampa laughed legs Little Black Little Liu Liu's looked Mama Hsu mistress mother Mount Taihang mountain night Old Lu Party committee peasant picture poles political instructor rain rectification red vest replied rice seedlings river Shaho Shih Man-tse shouted sighed smiled socks stopped talking teacher things thought Tibetan told took trees troop turned walked White Goose Ridge Wild Bull Village wind Yang Lao-liu you've young Lei Yu Chin-lien Yu-chen Yun-feng

contents

WILD BULL VILLAGE  1

THE FLOOD  23

......

maolive 2009-09-05 10:39
The People's Comic Book; Red Women's Detachment, Hot on the Trail and Other Chinese Comics.
By Gino Nebiolo


    * Publisher:   Anchor Press
    * Number Of Pages:   252
    * Publication Date:   1973
    * ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0385005415
    * ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780385005418


Wilkonson, Endymion, tr/ed. The People's Comic Book: Red Women's Detachment, Hot on the Trail, and Other Chinese Comics. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press, 1973. [also has: "San-yuan-li," "Bravery on the Deep Blue Seas," "Li Shuangshuang," "Letters from the South," and "Lei Feng"]

[Translations of People's Republic of China comic books dealing with historical and political themes]


Contents:
Sanyuanli
    3

    
Shuangshuang
    87

    
Letters from the South
    171

    
......

Summary: Fascinating
Rating: 4

I came across a copy of this book when I was in Germany. It's a fascination presentation of comics published in the People's Republic of China up to the 1970s. Not only is the content a fascinating collection of no apology, hard-core communism but the artwork is interesting as well. I couldn't help noticing that the U.S. ship presented in a story about Vietnam was named "Liberty," spelled out in english on the side.

A great read, comrade!

key words:
Auntie Liu big-character poster branch secretary British pirates Canton captain Chairman Mao Cheng Chun Coconut Village Commander Ding company commander Comrade Dehua Ding's Director Liang Duong Lao Thanh enemy Feng Feng's fishing boats Gui Ying Ha's mother Hainan lsland hand head heard Hong Chang-ching Hong-lian hurried Jin Da-yi Jin Qiao l'll l've landlord Lin Yong-gui look lt's Ming-gang Nan Ba-tian Ngu Minh Khanh Nguyen Kim old lady overseas Chinese Party peasants People's Pham Xuan points Professor Qian Jia-ren Qing-hua quickly Red Army replied returned says shouted Shuangshuang smile soldiers soon Squad leader story strategic hamlet suddenly Sun Youpo Taihua tell thought told took toy car troops truck Uncle Wang Da-li warship women women's detachment work-point Wu Kui Xiao Cai Xiao Ding Xiao Hong Xiao Huang Xiao Wang Xiao-mei Xiwang Xu Ying Young Pioneers

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