awakening of mainland youths from Mao"s exploitation and persecution.

by Xuewen Wang

Publisher: Asian Peoples" Anti-Communist League, Republic of China in [Taibei]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 924 Downloads: 181
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Subjects:

  • Hong wei bing.,
  • Youth -- China,
  • China -- Intellectual life.

Edition Notes

SeriesAsian Peoples" Anti-Communist League. China. Pamphlet, 136
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ799 C55 W36
The Physical Object
Pagination92,4p.
Number of Pages924
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19239869M

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Peasants study Chairman Mao’s quotations in the Little Red Book - the ‘bible’ of the Cultural Revolution during a break from rice planting,Guangxi, China.

Photograph: Sinopix/REX. A Communist poster in Mao's era (Image: Getty) The flames of the Cultural Revolution were fuelled by Mao’s Little Red Book, which was filled with slogans to inspire Communist Party members, such as:Author: Rod Mcphee.

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it was a collection of Mao's most famous statements every soldier had to read it and learn the instructions the book took on a religious power, and some believed it could work miracles a disabled man suggested that mao enabled him to walk again.

quotes from Mao in one book people had to have it at all times. 2nd most sold book ever. Politburo. Comprised of 24 members and is elected by the party's training central committee. The youths who led Mao's Cultural Revolution. Wore red arm bands and carried his book. Terrorized Chinese citizens and determined who went to camps.

The sea in The Awakening symbolizes freedom and escape. It is a vast expanse that Edna can brave only when she is solitary and only after she has discovered her own strength.

When in the water, Edna is reminded of the depth of the universe and of her own position as a human being within that depth. Bishop Wang Chongyi and many other Chinese Catholics have suggested that the most intense era of Catholic persecution and martyrdom was during the 10 years of Chairman Mao.

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Jung Chang and Jon Halliday’s best-selling biography “Mao: The Unknown Story” () went much further, describing a man who was unstintingly vile from early youth to old age.

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