P’eng Shu-tse. The Chinese Communist Party in Power.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

P’eng Shu-tse. The Chinese Communist Party in Power.

Nueva York: Monad Press, 1980, 510 páginas.

Contents

Publisher’s Preface

Introduction: Looking Back Over My Years With P’eng Shu-tse—by Ch’en Pi-lan

The Theory of Permanent Revolution and the Underdeveloped Countries

The Causes of the Victory of the Chinese Communist Party Over Chiang Kai-shek, and the CCP’s Perspectives (1951-52)

Some Comments on the Draft Resolution on the Third Chinese Revolution (1952)

The Case of the Chinese Trotskyists: Open Letter to the Central Executive Committee of the CCP (April 15, 1953)

The Third Chinese Revolution and Its Perspectives (December 1, 1954)

A Criticism of the Various Views Supporting the Rural People’s Communes (August 19, 1959)

On the Nature of the CCP and Its Regime—Political Revolution or Democratic Reform (April 1960)

Two Interviews on the “Cultural Revolution” (Published August 1966 and February 1967)

Open Letter to Members of the Chinese Communist Party (February 15, 1967)

The Relationship and Differences Between Mao Tse-tung and Liu Shao-ch’i (July 6, 1967)  

The May Fourth Movement and the Great Cultural Revolution (April 9, 1969)

The Fall of Lin Piao (January 1972)

The “Criticize Lin, Criticize Confucius” Campaign (Published January 1976)

The Meaning of the Tien An Men Demonstration (July 10, 1976)

Behind the Fall of Mao’s Faction (December 7, 1976)

An Appraisal of the Political Life of Mao Tse-tung (March 14, 1977)

APPENDIX

An Interview with Ch’en Pi-lan on the Cultural Revolution (Published July 14, 1967)

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