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The Chinese Communist Party In Power, 1949-1976

1st Edition

By Jacques Guillermaz

Routledge

642 pages

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This book traces the history of the Chinese Communist Party's behavior toward itself, and the way it has created and developed the regime on the state of affairs at home and abroad, and on a compelling ideology dominated by the giant-like personality of Mao Tse-tung.

Table of Contents

Prologue -- Preface -- Foreword to the French Edition -- Translator's Note -- New Democracy in China 1949-1953 -- China in 1949 -- Political and Administrative Reconstruction: The Ideological Training of the Population— The First Mass Campaigns -- The Restoration of the Economy -- Social Changes: The Marriage Law of May 1, 1950 -- Cultural Changes -- Foreign Relations: The Korean War -- The First Five-Year Plan 1953 - 1957 -- The Targets of the First Five-Year Plan and Soviet Economic Aid -- The Transformation of Economic Structures -- The First Open Rifts: The Kao Kang — Jao Shu-shih Affair, the Hu Feng Affair, the Dream of the Red Chamber Affair -- The 1954 State Constitution and Internal Administration:The New Party Statutes (1956) and Relations Between Party and State -- The Eighth Party Congress and China in 1956 -- The Hundred Flowers and Antirightist Movements of 1956-1957 -- Cultural Policies During the First Five-Year Plan -- The New Military Institutions -- Foreign Policy 1953 - 1957 (1): The Geneva and Bandung Conferences -- Foreign Policy 1953 - 1957 (2): Sino-Soviet Relations -- The Chinese Road to Socialism 1958 - 1962 -- The Search for a Chinese Road to Socialism -- The Great Leap Forward -- Rural People's Communes and Urban Communes 1958 -- The Modification of the People's Communes: The Failure of the Great Leap Forward -- Evolution of Internal Affairs 1958 - 1962 -- Foreign Policy 1958-1966 (1): General Development, Indian Subcontinent, Black Africa, Near East and Arab States, Latin America -- Foreign Policy 1958-1966 (2): Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia -- Foreign Policy 1958- 1966 (3): United States, Western Europe, International Organizations, Disarmament -- Foreign Policy 1958 - 1966 (4): The Socialist Bloc -- The Socialist Education Movement and the Cultural Revolution and Its Aftermath 1962-1976 -- The Tenth Plenum of the Eighth Central Committee and the Reappearance of Class Struggle -- The Socialist Education Movement -- "The Tocsin Sounds the Cultural Revolution" -- "Open Fire at the Black Line": From Wu Han to Teng T'o and The Fall of P'eng Chen -- "Sweep Away All Monsters!" -- The Return of the Great Helmsman and the Eleventh Plenum Of the Eighth Central Committee -- The Red Guards Versus the Top Party Apparatus (August-November 1966) -- The "Hidden Turning" of the Cultural Revolution: From the Slide Toward Anarchy to the "Triple Alliance" and the Revolutionary Committees (November 1966 - February 1967) -- The Cultural Revolution in a Blind Alley (February -June 1967) -- The Crisis of the Summer of 1967 -- Toward an Easing of the Situation -- The Multiplication of Revolutionary Committees and the Twelfth Plenum of the Eighth Central Committee (January -November 1968) -- The Ninth Congress and the Renewal of Party and State Structures (1969 -1971) -- The Tenth Congress and the Internal Political Situation; The Fourth National People's Congress -- The Economy 1962 -1976 -- Education and Culture, the Press, and Religion 1962 -1976 -- Military Policy 1962 -1976 -- Foreign Policy 1966 -1976 (1): General Development -- Foreign Policy 1966 -1976 (2): Indian Subcontinent, Arab States, Africa, Latin America -- Foreign Policy 1966 -1976 (3): Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia -- Foreign Policy 1966 -1976 (4): United States, Western Europe, International Organizations, Disarmament -- Foreign Policy 1966 -1976 (5): The Socialist Bloc -- Conclusion

About the Author

Jacques Guillermaz, Anne Destenay

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL054000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / World / Asian
SOC053000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies