Selected Works of Mao Tse-Tung - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080229829, 9781483154381

Selected Works of Mao Tse-Tung

1st Edition

Volume 3

Authors: Mao Tse-Tung
eBook ISBN: 9781483154381
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1965
Page Count: 292
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Selected Works of Mao Tse-Tung, Volume III focuses on the views of Mao Tse-Tung on communism, revolution, fascism, national unity, and patriotism. The volume first ponders on the proposition of Mao Tse-Tung to reform the method and system of study within the Communist Party of China; the compromise between Japan and the United States at the expense of China; and the establishment of an Eastern Munich against communism and against the Soviet Union. The publication also takes a look at Mao Tse-Tung's position against fascism, including the war against Japan and driving the Japanese imperialists out of China. The book examines questions regarding methods of leadership, economic and financial problems in the anti-Japanese war, reduction of rent, and the need for comrades to do economic work. The text also elaborates on the coalition government. Topics include the fundamental demands of the Chinese people, international and domestic situation, and policy of the Chinese Communist Party. The volume is a dependable source of data for readers interested in the philosophy of Mao Tse-Tung on communism, fascism, revolution, and patriotism.

Table of Contents


The Period of the War of Resistance Against Japan (II)

Preface and Postscript To Rural Surveys



Reform Our Study

Expose the Plot For A Far Eastern Munich

On the International United Front Against Fascism

Speech at the Assembly of Representatives of the Shensi-Kansu-Ningsia Border Region

Rectify The Party's Style of Work

Oppose Stereotyped Party Writing

Talks At The Yenan Forum On Literature and Art



A Most Important Policy

The Turning Point in World War Ii

In Celebration of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the October Revolution

Economic and Financial Problems in the Anti-Japanese War

Some Questions Concerning Methods of Leadership

Some Pointed Questions For The Kuomintang

Spread The Campaigns To Reduce Rent, Increase Production and "Support the Government and Cherish the People" in the Base Areas

A Comment on the Sessions of the Kuomintang Central Executive Committee and of the People's Political Council

Get Organized!

Our Study and The Current Situation

Serve The People

On Chiang Kai-Shek's Speech On The Double Tenth Festival

The United Front in Cultural Work

We Must Learn To Do Economic Work

Production Is Also Possible in the Guerrilla Zones

China's Two Possible Destinies

On Coalition Government

I. The Fundamental Demands of the Chinese People

II. The International and The Domestic Situation

III. Two Lines in the Anti-Japanese War

The Key To China's Problems

History Follows A Tortuous Course

The People's War

Two Battle Fronts

China's Liberated Areas

The Kuomintang Areas

A Contrast

Who Is "Sabotaging The War of Resistance and Endangering the State"?

"Disobedience To Governmental and Military Orders"

The Danger of Civil War


Two Prospects

IV. The Policy of the Chinese Communist Party

Our General Programme

Our Specific Programme

1. Destroy The Japanese Aggressors Completely, Allow No Compromise Halfway

2. Abolish The Kuomintang One-Party Dictatorship, Establish A Democratic Coalition Government

3. Freedom For The People

4. Unity of the People

5. The People's Army

6. The Land Problem

7. The Problem of Industry

8. The Problem of Culture, Education and The Intellectuals Contents

9• The Problem of the Minority Nationalities

1o. The Problem of Foreign Policy

V. Let The Whole Party Unite and Fight To Accomplish Its Tasks!

The Foolish Old Man Who Removed The Mountains on Production by the Army For its Own Support and on the Importance of the Great Movements for Rectification and For Production

The Hurley-Chiang Duet Is A Flop

On The Danger of the Hurley Policy

Telegram To Comrade William Z. Foster

The Last Round With The Japanese Invaders


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