Sunday, December 28, 2008

Mao's Cultural Revolution

Evaluating the Cultural Revolution in China and its Legacy for the Future was written by the MLM Revolutionary Study Group in the U.S. This comprehensive paper describes the course of the Cultural Revolution from 1966-1976, its achievements and shortcomings, and why future movements for revolution, socialism and communism must stand on its shoulders.

Part 1: Seeding Machine for Revolution
Part 2: The Sweep of A Revolution, 1966-1976
Part 3: A Startling Theoretical Leap
Part 4: Radical Changes in Culture
Part 5: Deep Among the People
Part 6: The Winding Road
Part 7: Struggling to Liberate Women
Part 8: Conceptualizing Socialist Society
Part 9: Summing Up the Revolution

The entire work is available as a Word document: Evaluating the Cultural Revolution in China and its Legacy for the Future.

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