2 edition of Makers of the Red Revolution. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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A scene from the Red Detachment of Women — one of the Model Dramas promoted during the Cultural Revolution.
Furthermore, Mao openly wore the armband of the Red Guard during rallies, giving a symbolic indication of his support for their actions. Many of the individuals who became prominent in the Chinese government in the decades following the death of Mao were at one-point members of the Red Guard. The spine may show signs Makers of the Red Revolution. wear. The violence inflicted by the Red Guard was initially intended to humiliate individuals who they perceived as embodying the old ways and thus enemies of the revolution.
1963, Makers of the Red Revolution Houghton Mifflin Boston Wikipedia Citation. Many of the attacks were carried out against individuals who the attacking guard members had personal vendettas against. After the Red Guard were quelled and sent to the country for the purpose of re-education, the military took an active role in maintaining the state.
As the revolution progressed the acts of violence rapidly became more intense, with individuals regularly being beaten to death and others opting to commit suicide rather than die at the hands of the Red Guard attackers. The Tibetan Panchen Lama during a struggle session,1964. Old Habits In order to regain control over the party and reassert a revolutionary spirit within the nation, Mao mobilized an arguably underutilized resource — students and young adults.
Mao had an inherent desire to revive the revolutionary spirit that had prevailed during the communist revolution a generation earlier. They were consciously active and willing participants. This was most apparent in the desecration of the grave of Confucius, who, by the standards of the revolutionaries, embodied the old traditions of China.
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He launched what he hoped would prove a final assault on the stubborn remnants of traditional Chinese culture — from the rubble of which he prophesized, would rise a new, ideologically pure generation better equipped to safeguard the revolutionary cause from its domestic and foreign foe.
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