The Chinese Communist revolution, and the foreign policy of the regime to which it has given rise, have several roots, each of which is embedded in the past more deeply than one would tend to expect of a movement seemingly so convulsive. The Chinese superiority complex institutionalized in their tributary system was justified by any standards less advanced or efficient than those of the modern West.
On the Role of Mao Tsetung Transcription, Editing and Markup: You can freely copy, distribute and display this work; as well as make derivative and commercial works. Since the death of Mao Tse-tung inrevisionism has emerged full-blown within the Communist Party of China.
China has emerged internationally as a contender for world power. The alliance with U.
Parading under a socialist cover, Chinese revisionism attacks and subverts the world revolution, giving imperialism a temporary new lease on life. Internationally a great debate rages on the merit of Mao Tsetung and his role in the development and consolidation of revisionism within the Chinese Party and State.
Chinese revisionism did not mysteriously spring forth one morning in late There is a close connection between the political line and policies advocated byMao and the CPC prior to his death.
Recognition of the past revisionist seeds and the present revisionist weeds have led our Party and the entire international communist movement to delve more deeply into the history of China and take up more vigorously the struggle against Chinese revisionism and Mao Tsetung Thought.
Although the Party was founded on this correct stand, the importance of completing an all-round investigation of Mao Tsetung Thought and advancing a scientific position with all due speed was not well grasped.
One example is the following letter: Overall, I think your publication is very good. I have read it fairly consistently for the last three years. Further, I agree with your current position condemning Chinese revisionism.
Such criticisms correctly point out the leading role the vanguard Party must play in the struggle against revisionism. By not carrying out the struggle against Chinese revisionism in the fullest possible way, the Party has not adequately armed the proletariat and revolutionary masses to combat revisionism.
The analysis which will be the basis for a correct and consistent struggle against Mao Tsetung Thought must proceed rapidly, but at the same time with the care needed to develop a sound Marxist-Leninist position. In the following article all the manifestations of the revisionist nature of Mao Tsetung Thought are not discussed.
Nor are many essential questions such as the revisionist philosophical tenets of Mao Tsetung Thought elaborated.
These must be included in an overall assessment of the merits of Mao Tsetung in order to fully explain Mao Tsetung Thought as an eclectic body of thought, which borrowed some aspects of Marxist-Leninist theory, some from Titoite and Khrushchevite revisionism and some from other bourgeois and metaphysical, idealist theories.
The following article takes up several fundamental principles of Leninism and shows how Mao deviated over a number of years on these strategic questions. It is a necessary step in the careful examination and sharpened class struggle against Mao Tsetung Thought, which has sown confusion in the ranks of the revolutionary movements, in order to clear away the confusion and root out its treacherous effects.
For all genuine Marxist-Leninists a basic starting point for the elaboration of strategy and tactics in the proletarian socialist revolution or the revolutionary national liberation movements is the Leninist analysis of world imperialism.
InMao advanced the view that between the Soviet Union and the United States there existed a vast zone of countries which prevented the U.
Again Mao rejected the class analysis and denied the collusion which exists between the imperialist bourgeoisie and their common interests in exploiting the working class.
Because of the worldwide nature of imperialism, Leninism teaches that genuine economic independence from imperialism can only come about through socialism. In contrast, the view of the CPC was that newly independent countries could chart a course of economic independence, tied to neither the capitalist nor the socialist systems.
Speaking of the situation in the Mid-East, he pointed out two kinds of contradictions — one between the U. Nowhere in this presentation did Mao discuss the proletariat as a force in the revolutionary struggle in contradiction with the domestic and international bourgeoisie.
Mao was, at that time, Chairman of the Party.Mao Zedong was a Marxist theorist, revolutionary, and, from to , the first chairman of the People’s Republic of China. Mao was one of the most influential and controversial political figures of the 20th century, in China and abroad. Mao's theoretical work extended not only into the fields of economics, politics, and military strategy, but also into literature, and philosophy.
His work On Contradiction is a comprehensive, profound and popular exposition of the Marxist-Leninist theory of knowledge. Mao is also a . Aug 21, · Watch video · Mao Zedong led communist forces in China through a long revolution beginning in and ruled the nation’s communist government from its establishment in Mao Tse-tung was born on December 26, , in the farming community of Shaoshan, in the province of Hunan, China, to a peasant family that had tilled their three acres of land for several.
At the opening of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference in Peking, Mao Zedong announces that the new Chinese government will be “under the leadership of the Communist Party of.
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