10 edition of The Chinese Cultural Revolution found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-338) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS778.7 .C53 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 352 p. :|
|Number of Pages||352|
|ISBN 10||0521875153, 0521697867|
|ISBN 10||9780521875158, 9780521697866|
|LC Control Number||2007037913|
As a result of all of this chaos and unfortunate climate conditions a widespread famine fell over the land. Yu even recalled reading and studying it with her friends while on commutes as though it were a Holy Bible. His approach was less than transparent, achieving this purge through newspaper articles, internal meetings, and skillfully employing his network of political allies. Red Guards dragged the remains of the Wanli Emperor and Empresses to the front of the tomb, where they were posthumously "denounced" and burned.
They had no way to know why a signal for radical behavior one day would be rescinded the next. The top officials in the Propaganda Department were sacked, with many of its functions folding into the CRG. Those that hadn't been killed were dispersed across the countryside, toiling on farms or working in labor camps. Student Red Guards were organized to defend Mao against his enemies.
Members of his high military command were subsequently purged, and Zhou took over greater control of the government. Mao, in failing health, relaxed state interference in daily life. Historians believe somewhere betweenand two million people lost their lives as a result of the Cultural Revolution. We gain a powerful sense of a tragedy unfolding: of a fundamental failure by Mao and his subordinates to predict the consequences of their actions; of the hypocrisy of a revolutionary elite who — themselves enveloped in privilege and learning — wished to deny these things to their countrymen.
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The steel produced was of low quality and The Chinese Cultural Revolution book useless. A personality cult quickly sprang up around Mao, similar to that which existed for Josef Stalin, with different factions of the movement claiming the true interpretation of Maoist thought.
The Cultural Revolution was seen as an opportunity for The Cultural Revolution Begins From toMao launched an economic campaign through which he hoped to turn China away from an agrarian-based society and into a more modern, industrial one.
Lui Shaoqi decided to end many of the Great Leap policies and won prestige among his people. Mao knew that other party leaders were planning to marginalize him, so he appealed directly to his supporters among the people to join him in a Cultural Revolution.
Red Guards also laid siege to the Temple of Confucius in Shandong province,  and numerous other historically significant tombs and artifacts.
Mao gathered a group of radicals, including his wife Jiang Qing and defense minister Lin Biao, to help him attack current party The Chinese Cultural Revolution book and reassert his authority.
Some, like the future leader Deng Xiaoping, The Chinese Cultural Revolution book eventually rehabilitated. In essence, the message warned that Chinese politics had been corrupted by insufficiently revolutionary individuals.
Drawn from hundreds of English-language and Chinese eyewitness accounts, newly available archival records, online Cultural Revolution documentary projects and foreign and Chinese scholarship, the book paints such a damning portrait of Mao and Communist Party governance that if it were widely circulated in China, it could undermine the legitimacy of the current regime.
The University entrance exam was abolished and replaced with a new system that pushed students into factories, villages, and military units. How were foreigners affected? After doing the airplane for several hours, listening to the endless taunts and jeers and the repeated chants calling for her downfall, the chair on which You Xiaoli had been balancing was suddenly kicked from under her and she tumbled from the stool, hitting the table, and onto the ground.
Much evidence from these years is routinely shut off to foreign researchers without special connections and permits. In reaction, Mao issued a call for the "Down to the Countryside Movement," in which young cadres from the city were sent to live on farms and learn from the peasants.
So many campaigns, work team investigations and political reversals characterized the early Cultural Revolution that even the activists were confused. They had no way to know why a signal for radical behavior one day would be rescinded the next. Communist leaders like President Liu Shaoqi were taken out of power and replaced with men Mao believed were not critical of his reign.
By the following year things had taken a more sinister turn. The Outline, sanctioned by the Party centre, defined Hai Rui as a constructive academic discussion and aimed to distance Peng Zhen formally from any political implications.
Although he spun this idea as a tool for leveling society, in fact, Mao sought to disperse the Red Guards across the country, so that they could not cause so much trouble anymore. Estimates range fromto eight million dead, according to a paper by Song Yongyi, a scholar of the Cultural Revolution.
As the fascinated, gawking audience looked on, You Xiaoli lost consciousness and was still. Historical sites were ripped apart. The public and foreign missions were kept in the dark on the reason for Peng Zhen's ousting.
Food was in desperate shortage, and production fell dramatically. Lin Biao was elevated to become the Party's number-two figure; Liu Shaoqi's rank went from second to eighth and was no longer Mao's heir apparent. Yu even recalled reading and studying it with her friends while on commutes as though it were a Holy Bible.
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Mao Zedong launched the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution 30 years ago. This documentary history of the event presents a selection of key primary documents dealing with the Cultural Revolution's massive and bloody assault on 5/5(2).Feb 18, · The Cultural Revolution was the upheaval launched by Mao Zedong during his ebook decade in power (–76).
Though it was intended to renew the spirit of the Chinese Revolution, it instead had detrimental political, social, and economic consequences for China.
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