China. Cultural Revolution Or Counter-Revolutionary Coup? by Wang Ming

By Wang Ming

Wang Ming (王明; could 23, 1904 - March 27, 1974) used to be a senior chief of the early chinese language Communist get together (CCP) and an immense political rival of Mao Zedong in the course of the Thirties, opposing what he observed as Mao's nationalist deviation from the Comintern and orthodox Marxism and Leninism traces. He used to be elected as Director of the valuable felony Committee of the CCP and the principal People's executive in 1949 and as Commissioner of party's primary Committee on the eighth nationwide Congress of CCP in 1956. despite the fact that, earlier than his election to the latter publish, Wang left for Moscow for clinical remedy and may by no means go back to China.

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Who d ied hero icall v. H e ceasel essly engages in splitting and subvcrsivc act ivities against the Communi st parties of Ind ia a nd Ceylon. causing enormous d ifficult ies in the ir wo rk. In the case of the Commun ist Part y of Jap an. whi ch u rged Ma o T setung to crea te a united f ron t fl f strugg le agai nst US im perialism and ca me o ut a gainst the Ma oist a nti -Soviet " united fr on t". he did not con fi ne hi mself to ope n slander and sp litting a nd subversive activit ies. H e organized Chinese residents in J apan into hu ngwei ping ga ngs in o rd er to manha nd le Japanese Communi sts.

Ai nst th e: USSR. a world war. Ina smuch as M ac T sc-tung's plan to prov oke a US-Soviet therm onuclear war canno t be real ized to this day, he has turn ed his hopes on some loca l wa r g rowing into a USSov iet and world wa r. ~ sib le scale. li e welco med the fr on tier conllict between Ind ia and Pakist a n and opposed the ag reemen t on the cessation of hostilities and a peaceful settlement of the di fferences between the two countries. For that reason he came out aga inst the T ashkent talks a nd the aereement tha t was signed th ere.

T hu s, in the sphere of fo r ~lg n economic relations China has once again become dependent on imperialism, In . nin&" of t~ e 1960s, preparing to curtaIl. economic nes With socialist countries Mao I 'se -tung lau n ~ ~ed. hts . " T oy ,facts :sh? he, capi talist world as part of his p l at fo r ~ of, reh ~nce on one's own forces," and econom ic ties WIth the world socialist system as . n n e ~ess~ r)' . "outside assistance," All this is sln kmg. f the Iact that in the srhere of foreign policy, Just as in th e sphere 0 domestic .

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