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" ... then it would not take long, perhaps only several years or a decade, or several decades at most, before a counterrevolutionary restoration on a national scale inevitably occurred, the MarxistLeninist Party would undoubtedly become a revisionist party... "
Problems of Communism - Page 17
1968
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Party Leadership and Revolutionary Power in China

...familiar quotation from Mao's note of May 9, 1963 warning that if proper vigilance was not exercised, "the Marxist-Leninist Party would undoubtedly become...fascist party, and the whole of China would change its colour".1 Even mQre striking in a sense than this remark — which certainly did not indicate a very...
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Area Handbook for the People's Republic of China, Volume 550, Issues 60-62

Donald P. Whitaker, In-sŏp Sin, American University (Washington, D.C.). Foreign Area Studies - 1972 - 729 pages
...struggle were forgotten, "then it would not take long, perhaps only several years or a decade, or several decades at most, before a counterrevolutionary restoration...party, and the whole of China would change its color . . . what a dangerous prospect!" By 1971, however, a generation had grown to adulthood that had no...
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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 - 1142 pages
...counter-revolutionaries, bad elements and monsters of all kinds"), then "it would not take long ... before a counter-revolutionary restoration on a national...fascist party, and the whole of China would change its colour."254 Although Mao reasserted, in his conversations of February 1967 with Chang and Yao, that...
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The Thought of Mao Tse-Tung

Stuart Schram, Stuart Reynolds Schram - 1989 - 258 pages
...counter-revolutionaries, bad elements and monsters of all kinds'), then 'it would not take long . . . before a counter-revolutionary restoration on a national...fascist party, and the whole of China would change its colour'.2s5 Although Mao reasserted, in his conversations of February 1967 with Chang and Yao, that...
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Chinese Politics: Documents and Analysis, Volume 3

James T. Myers, Jürgen Domes, Erik von Groeling - 1986 - 486 pages
...decades at most, before a counter-revolutionary restoration on a national scale would inevitably occur, the Marxist-Leninist party would undoubtedly become...fascist party, and the whole of China would change its colour. Comrades, please think it over. What a dangerous situation this would be! Thus Chairman Mao...
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The New Public Service, Expanded Edition: Serving, Not Steering

Janet Vinzant Denhardt - 2007 - 240 pages
...yundong most, before a counter-revolutionary restoration on a national scale inevitably would occur, the Marxist-Leninist party would undoubtedly become...party, and the whole of China would change its color." In 1964, Mao's above statement was written into the last of the "nine critiques": "On Khrushchev's...
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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 - 607 pages
...counter-revolutionaries, bad elements and monsters of all kinds"), then "it would not take long ... before a counter-revolutionary restoration on a national...fascist party, and the whole of China would change its colour."2s4 Although Mao reasserted, in his conversations of February 1967 with Chang and Yao, that...
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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
...counter-revolutionaries, bad elements and monsters of all kinds"), then "it would not take long ... before a counter-revolutionary restoration on a national...fascist party, and the whole of China would change its colour."254 Although Mao reasserted, in his conversations of February 1967 with Chang and Vao, that...
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