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" It is still necessary to have universities; here I refer mainly to colleges of science and engineering. However, it is essential to shorten the length of schooling, revolutionize education, put proletarian politics in command and take the road of the... "
Area Handbook for the People's Republic of China - Page 482
by Donald P. Whitaker, In-sŏp Sin, American University (Washington, D.C.). Foreign Area Studies - 1972 - 729 pages
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People's Republic of China: An Economic Assessment; a Compendium ..., Volume 7

United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee - 1972 - 430 pages
...not surprising that Mao Tse-tung found it necessary to issue a directive in mid-1968 declaring that "it is still necessary to have universities; here...refer mainly to colleges of science and engineering." Although a few schools were opened during the next year — most worker-type colleges established by...
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People's Republic of China: An Economic Assessment; a Compendium ..., Volume 7

United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee - 1972 - 414 pages
...not surprising that Mao Tse-tung found it necessary to issue a directive in mid-1968 declaring that "it is still necessary to have universities; here...refer mainly to colleges of science and engineering." Although a few schools were opened during the next year — most worker-type colleges established by...
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DHEW Publication No. (OE).

1973 - 66 pages
...of policy pronouncement in China. Commenting on the experience of a Shanghai factory, Mao said: 12 It is still necessary to have universities; here I...education, put proletarian politics in command, and follow the road of the Shanghai Machine Tool Plant in training technicians from among the workers....
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The Educational Revolution in China

Robert Dale Barendsen - 1973 - 72 pages
...level of policy pronouncement in China. Commenting on the experience of a Shanghai factory, Mao said: It is still necessary to have universities; here I...education, put proletarian politics in command, and follow the road of the Shanghai Machine Tool Plant in training technicians from among the workers....
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The Thought of Mao Tse-Tung

Stuart Schram, Stuart Reynolds Schram - 1989 - 258 pages
...fountainhead for many of these excesses was Mao's directive of 2 1 July 1968, which reads as follows: It is still necessary to have universities; here I refer mainly to the need for colleges of science and engineering. However, it is essential to shorten the length of...
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An Intellectual History of Modern China

Professor of History Emerita Boston University and Associate of the John K Fairbank Center for East Asian Research Harvard University Merle Goldman, Merle Goldman, Leo Ou-fan Lee, Oufan Li - 2002 - 620 pages
...fountainhead for many of these excesses was Mao's directive of 2 1 July 1968, which reads as follows: It is still necessary to have universities; here I refer mainly to the need for colleges of science and engineering. However, it is essential to shorten the length of...
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Lifelong Learning: Education Across the Lifespan

John Field, Mal Leicester - 2003 - 348 pages
...education. The same motive lay behind the July 2lst Workers' Universities. In the Prking Review, he stated: It is still necessary to have universities; here I...colleges of science and engineering. However, it is essemial to shorten the length of schooling, revolutionize education, put proletarian polities in command...
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Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Joint Economic Committee

United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee - 1972
...not surprising that Mao Tse-tung found it necessary to issue a directive in mid-1968 declaring that "it is still necessary to have universities; here...refer mainly to colleges of science and engineering." Although a few schools were opened during the next year — most worker-type colleges established by...
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The Cambridge History of China: Volume 15, The People's Republic, Part 2 ...

Roderick MacFarquhar, John K. Fairbank, Denis Crispin Twitchett - 1991 - 1138 pages
...fountainhead for many of these excesses was Mao's directive of 21 July 1968, which reads as follows: It is still necessary to have universities; here I refer mainly to the need for colleges of science and engineering. However, it is essential to shorten the length of...
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