Major doctrines of Communist China / edited by John Wilson Lewis.


[1st ed.].. New York : Norton, [1964] .

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Other Authors Lewis, John Wilson, 1930-
Subjects China.
Communism -- China.
Communism.
Communisme -- Chine.
Communisme.
Description x, 343 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 334-338) and index.
Summary From the Preface: When this collection of Chinese Communist writings was first conceived, few such compilations of primary materials were available for the general reader. That situation changed rather markedly in the past year. What distinguishes this volume is its attempt to combine official Party documents with statements by ordinary Chinese and to sample the vast source material on specific categories of doctrine. These selections include some of the most significant statements by Mao Tse-tung, Liu Shaoch'i, Chou En-lai, Teng Hsiao-p'ing, and Lu Ting-yi as well as Central Committee directives, articles by lower-level Party members, and the Party and state constitutions.
Contents Preface -- Introduction -- 1: History Of The Chinese Communist Party -- Introduction -- Good facts and bad facts -- Seven congresses to victory -- Same Party, new role -- Foundations of power -- Lessons from a sometime comrade -- Challenge to Mao: "the Kao-Jao Row" -- Eighth Party Congress: crisis in political leadership -- Rectification as a response -- Summing up -- Crisis and resolve at the tenth plenum -- 2: Communist Party Leaders -- Introduction -- Role of the leader -- Elite: Party Cadres -- In the image of Mao -- Heir apparent, Liu Shao-ch'i -- Revolutionary outlook for tomorrow's elite? -- 3: Ideology -- Introduction -- Menshevism and Bolshevism in the Chinese revolution -- Method and purpose -- Basic reality, Mao's Yin and Yang -- Social realities of Socialism -- Party must lead -- Ideological struggle and personal torment -- 4: Party Structure -- Introduction -- Constitution of the Communist Party of China -- 5: Life In The Party -- Introduction -- Life is a struggle -- Tool of the Party -- Meetings, meetings, meetings -- Party schoolhouse -- One big family -- 6: Communist Party In Operation -- Introduction -- Blueprint for operation -- Collective leadership in the guidance of operation -- Mass line in action -- From the general to the specific -- 7: State Power -- Introduction -- 1: Party and state-constitution of the People's Republic of China -- 2: Law -- 3: Foreign policy -- 8: Chinese Doctrine And The Communist Bloc Dispute -- Introduction -- Mao's case: China's revolution upgraded -- 9: Economy -- Introduction -- Economic tasks in transition -- To communes and back -- Proletarian workers and industrial management -- 10: Intellects, The Arts, And Education -- Introduction -- Intellectual flowering in Marxist soil -- Social purpose and creative art -- Practice of art -- Concept and practice in Chinese education -- Bibliography -- Index.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)266242
(OCoLC)ocm00266242
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