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Shaky Maoist regime.

Ta-kК»ai Chin

Shaky Maoist regime.

by Ta-kК»ai Chin

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Published by World Anti-communist League, China Chapter in [Taipei] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • China -- Politics and government -- 1949-1976.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      SeriesPublications of the APACLROC. Pamphlets, 149
      ContributionsAsian Peoples" Anti-Communist League, Republic of China.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS777.55 .C446674
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2, 106 p.
      Number of Pages106
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5764237M
      LC Control Number71296562

        The author traces Maoism’s global appeal to Edgar Snow’s book Red Star Over China that in the mids portrayed “Mao and his comrades as idealistic patriots and egalitarian democrats.” Snow wrote that Mao’s goal was “to awaken [China’s millions] to a belief in human rights, to combat the timidity, passiveness, and static faiths.   Right from the outset, the Maoist regime proved completely incapable of integrating these national minorities and rode roughshod over their democratic rights and cultural sensibilities.

        Top Khmer Rouge Leaders Apologize For Regime's Atrocities: The Two-Way Nuon Chea, the No. 2 leader in the genocidal Cambodian regime, and head of state Khieu Samphan are on trial for genocide and. Maoism because even one of the best dictionaries of Marxist thought (Bottomore ), even in its second edition, didn’t have an entry on Maoism, although it, rightly and deservedly, had.

        This small book is about the ideology of Maoism and its development out of the Chinese Revolution. As the author says, that revolution shook the world. The world is living with its aftermath today. And it is possible, as there is a regrowth of U.S. radicalism, that Maoism may have an influence on a revived U.S. Left. So it is important. Maoism departs from conventional European-inspired Marxism in that its focus is on the agrarian countryside, rather than the industrial urban forces. This is known as Agrarian socialism. Notably, Maoist parties in Peru, Nepal and Philippines have adopted equal stresses on urban and rural areas, depending on the country's focus of economic activity.


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