Revolution and Counter-Revolution: China's Continuing Class Struggle Since Liberation 9789719941200

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CHINA’S CONTINUING CLASS STRUGGLE SINCE LIBERATION

PAO-YU CHING INSTITUTE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY MANILA

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REVOLUTION AND COUNTERREVOLUTION China's Continuing Class Struggle since Liberation

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ISBN 978-971-9941-20-0 Copyright © 2012 Pao-yu Ching and the Institute of Political Economy All rights reserved.

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...whatever the country or place, where one finds oppression, there one finds resistance; where one finds revisionists, there one finds MarxistLeninists fighting them, and where one finds expulsion of MarxistLeninists from the Party and other divisive measures, there outstanding Marxist-Leninists and strong revolutionary Parties inevitably emerge. Changes contrary to the expectations of the modern revisionists are taking place. The revisionists are producing their own opposites and will eventually be buried by them.

Mao Zedong “The Leaders of the CPSU are the Greatest Splitters of Our Times” (4 February 1964)

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