Mao's Motivation and Strategy. Volume 1 [electronic resource]
- Hu, An'gang
- Silkroad Press [Imprint] Nov. 2016 Singapore : Enrich Professional Publishing (S) Private, Limited Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated [Distributor]
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- 380 p. ill 10.000 x 07.000 in.
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- Enrich Professionals
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- Annotation Acclaimed national researcher Hu Angang presents Mao and the Cultural Revolution, an immensely rich account of the massive political event of 1966 that brought seismic changes to the landscape of New China. A culmination of Mao Zedong's political ambitions, the Cultural Revolution restored his power and prestige as paramount leader, albeit at great costs to the economic and social development to the country. The impact of the movement -- more significantly, the politics that drove it -- deeply influences political philosophy in China today. Hu Angang's Mao and the Cultural Revolution provides a unique perspective and objective assessment of the progression of the Cultural Revolution, focusing on the intra-party politics, the Politburo's international outlook, and the political thought of the Chinese leadership that shaped these pivotal decades. Hu's research is a must-read for academic scholars demanding a native-centric account of the Cultural Revolution, as well as think-tank researchers desiring to understand the foundations of contemporary Chinese political thought.
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