Chinese Communist World Outlook: A Handbook of Chinese Communist Statements, the Public Record of a Militant Ideology

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1962 - 139 pages
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Page 20 - The People's Republic of China is a socialist state under the people's democratic dictatorship led by the working class and based on the alliance of workers and peasants.
Page 6 - The path taken by the Chinese people in defeating imperialism and its lackeys and in founding the People's Republic of China is the path that should be taken by the peoples of the various colonial and semi-colonial countries in their fight for national independence and people's democracy.
Page 62 - We think that it is harmful to the growth of art and science if administrative measures are used to impose one particular style of art or school of thought and to ban another. Questions of right and wrong in the arts and sciences should be settled through free discussion in artistic and scientific circles and through practical work in these fields. They should not be settled in summary fashion.
Page 34 - In the year 1949, after more than a century of heroic struggle, the Chinese people, led by the Communist Party of China, finally achieved their great victory in the people's revolution against imperialism, feudalism and bureaucrat-capitalism...
Page 47 - Heavy industry is the core of China's economic construction. This must be affirmed. But, at the same time, full attention must be paid to the development of agriculture and light industry.
Page 82 - My experiences during these forty years have firmly convinced me that to attain this goal we must bring about a thorough awakening of our own people and ally ourselves in a common struggle with those peoples of the world who treat us on the basis of equality.
Page 82 - To sit on the fence is impossible; a third road does not exist. . . . Not only in China but also in the World without exception, one either leans to the side of imperialism or to the side of socialism. Neutrality is a camouflage and a third road does not exist.
Page 17 - China in the shortest possible time into a great socialist country with modern industry, modern agriculture, and modern science and culture...
Page 98 - The First World War was followed by the birth of the Soviet Union with a population of 200 million. The Second World War was followed by the emergence of the socialist camp with a combined population of 900 million. If the imperialists Insist on launching a third world war, it Is certain that several hundred million more will turn to socialism...
Page 20 - The dictatorship of the proletariat is a persistent struggle — bloody and bloodless, violent and peaceful, military and economic, educational and administrative — against the forces and traditions of the old society.

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