W6-Kaldis-100+Flowers+and+Anti-Rightist+Campaign-Lecture+Notes+_+Key+Terms+BB

W6-Kaldis-100+Flowers+and+Anti-Rightist+Campaign-Lecture+Notes+_+Key+Terms+BB

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20 TH -Century Chinese Literature In Translation : LECTURE NOTES & KEY TERMS: The 100 Flowers Movement & The Anti-Rightist Movement/Campaigns Kaldis 1 ___________________________________________________________________________ LECTURE NOTES & KEY TERMS: 1956-1957: The 100 Flowers Movement ( ͣڀ༶ਗ ) & The Anti-Rightist Movement/Campaign ( ˀ̛ݼ༶ਗ ) ___________________________________________________________________________ -January 1956 through Spring 1957: Speeches from PRC Premier Zhou Enlai, from Mao himself, and from the director of the powerful CCP's Central Committee Propaganda Department Lu Dingyi, encourage expressions of dissent and more creative freedom for intellectuals working in all fields. -" Intellectuals" = -May 1956: Mao speech -" Let a hundred flowers bloom: let a hundred schools of thought contend ” ( ϵڀᄁ ׳dϵ࢕نჼ ). -None of the speeches have immediate effect on wary intellectuals. However, after approximately one year of repeated urging from the CCP leadership, most intellectuals became convinced that this was a sincere call that would be heeded, a call for them to honestly and openly speak their minds through journals, newspaper articles, lectures,
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