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Mao's China and After: A History of the People's Republic, Third Edition by Maurice Meisner

Mao's China and After: A History of the People's Republic, Third Edition



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Mao's China and After: A History of the People's Republic, Third Edition Maurice Meisner ebook
Publisher: Free Press
Page: 587
ISBN: 0684856352, 9780684856353
Format: pdf


He was Among the most widely publicized statements by Mao are his criticisms of Party orthodoxy and the Party's version of Chinese history. Three months earlier, perched high above a crowd of thousands in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, Mao had announced the founding of the People's Republic of China. Even after his death, his legacy for Chinese politics was immense ¡ª indeed the continued use of the term "post-Mao" China to define the current epoch is testimony to his importance and standing. Mao was After graduating, he worked at the Qiqihar Rail Bureau in Heilongjiang province and, in 1955, joined the Academy of Railway Sciences in Beijing. Mao's China and After: A History of the People's Republic (3rd edition). Hailed as a 'national treasure' ¹ú±¦by his fans, Mao has also attracted a significant number of detractors, some of whom accuse him of being a 'traitor to the Chinese [Han] people' ºº¼é. In this much-anticipated revision, Maurice Meisner again provides piercing insight and comprehensive coverage of China's fascinating and turbulent modern history. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1999. 1976) Chinese; chairman of the Chinese Communist party 1935 ¨C 76, paramount leader of the People's Republic of China 1949 ¨C 76 Mao Zedong was the single most influential figure in Chinese politics in the twentieth century. The text following thus does not pretend to be comprehensive; instead, we have set out in this essay to explore the impact that Maoist thought and, more generally, the People's Republic of China have had on black radical movements from the 1950s through Furthermore, Chinese foreign policy toward the black world was often driven more by strategic considerations than by a commitment to Third World revolutionary movements, especially after the Sino-Soviet split. A general history, supportive of the revolution but critical of the Maoist leadership.

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