Frederick C Teiwes
Publisher: Routledge (November 12, 1990)
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The research of the increase and fall of Gao Gang indicates broader implications at the nature of elite politics within the Maoist period. The illumination of uncomplicated matters in chinese language politics within the context of this example, specially as regards the position of Mao Zedong, is appropriate not just to the preliminary post-1949 interval of comparative, yet incorrect, social gathering team spirit, but additionally to the structural fault strains of the political procedure which have been later to give a contribution so considerably to the Cultural Revolution.