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September, 1956 Mao’s Conversation with a Yugoslavian Communist Union Delegation, Beijing, [undated]

Thanks to the Workers Dreadnought for bringing our attention to this interesting document-Signalfire [undated][1] We welcome you to China. We are very pleased at your visit. We have been supported by you, as well as by other brotherly [Communist] parties. … Continue reading

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A Theory of Transitional Society Mao Zedong and the Shanghai School-1981

by Peer Moller Christensen and Jorgen Delman Introduction The coup d’etat in China in October 1976 struck most of the Western world with astonishment. Within a couple of months political power relations in China seemed to be re­ versed, as … Continue reading

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Democracy so good, many prefer Stalinism:

HOMESICK FOR A DICTATORSHIP Majority of Eastern Germans Feel Life Better under Communism By Julia Bonstein Glorification of the German Democratic Republic is on the rise two decades after the Berlin Wall fell. Young people and the better off are … Continue reading

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