Week 3-1 Maoism (2)

Week 3-1 Maoism (2) - a Changing the ways people think b...

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Maoism A. Peasantry as the Base for Revolution “A revolutionary tidal wave must be generated in the countryside to mobilize the masses and to weld them into this great force”
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Maoism B. Populism Properly motivated people could overcome virtually any material boundaries to accomplish their revolutionary goals.” i. Mass Line ii. Campaign (Populist Movement 運動 yundong ) A concentrated attack on specific issues through mass mobilization
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Unformatted text preview: a. Changing the ways people think b. Changing the basic forms of production * Anti-rightist campaign (1957) The Great Leap Forward (1958) Maoism C. Permanent Revolution i. Contradiction ii. Two Types of Contradiction a. External b. Internal iii. Permanent Revolution * The Cultural Revolution (1966-76) was Mao’s last effort to keep China on the sot track by fighting against bureaucratic control....
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