2 edition of Collected works of Liu Shao-chʻi, 1945-1957. found in the catalog.
Collected works of Liu Shao-chʻi, 1945-1957.
|Contributions||You lian chu ban she.|
|LC Classifications||DS778.L49 A22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 484 p.|
|Number of Pages||484|
|LC Control Number||74009159|
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momentum. The book is entitled Liu Shao Chi: le moine rouge [Liu Shaoqi: the red monk]. Author Hans-Heinrich Wetzel is described in the volume as an “ex-member of the German Communist Party [unclear which one or when—ed.] who had lived in the Soviet Union and Asia for twenty years.”4File Size: KB. Yesterday, five of Liu's children disclosed what happened to them in those years, and for the first time gave the exact date and time of the former president's death: Nov. 12, , in a prison in.
Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, “The German Ideology”, Collected Works, Eng. Ed., Progress Publishers, Moscow, , Vol. V, pp. 3. When this article was reprinted by the People’s Publishing House in March , the following editorial note appeared in the Chinese edition. Liu valmistui vuonna yliopistosta Moskovassa, Neuvostoliitossa ja hän liittyi kommunistiseen puolueeseen samana vuonna. Hän palasi Kiinaan ja johti muutamia rautatietyöläislakkoja. Vuosien – aikana hän johti useita anti-imperialistisia liikkeitä ja lakkoja Hubeissa ja Shanghaissa ja joutui tämän takia äjä: Mao Zedong.
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Liu, Shaoqi, Collected works of Liu Shao-chʻi, Kowloon, Union Research Institute  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Shaoqi Liu. Selected Works of Liu Shaoqi: Volume I (v. 1) Hardcover – January 1, by Shaoqi Liu (Author) › Visit Amazon's Shaoqi Liu Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
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Liu Shao Chi and the Chinese Cultural Revolution: The Politics of Mass Criticism (No)Cited by: In this book, Lowell Dittmer illuminates how Liu's beliefs on Communism differed from Mao's, and how radical Mao was. Secondly, he explains the process of mass criticism in Cultural Revolution China, and moves towards a theory of mass criticism.
This book is very good. However, it has a few by: Liu Shaoqi (pronounced [ljǒu ʂâutɕʰǐ]; traditional Chinese: 劉少奇; simplified Chinese: 刘少奇; 24 November – 12 November ) was a Chinese revolutionary, politician, and was Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee from toFirst Vice Chairman of the Communist Party of China from to and Chairman (President) of the People's Republic of China Cause of death: Illness.
“Internationalism and Nationalism,” in Collected Works of Liu Shaoqi, –, – Hong Kong: Union Research by: 2. “On the Agrarian Reform Law”, by Liu Shao-chi. Included in “The Agrarian Reform Law of the People’s Republic of China — Together with other relevant documents” on pages (Peking: FLP, ) PDF format [5, KB] [Book:] “How To Be a Good Communist”, by Liu Shao-chi.
First English edition of the Chinese version. Resources by Shaoqi Liu (83) Liu Shaoqi wu ge cai liao / Liu,Shaoqi zhu Liu, Shaoqi, [ Book: ] Languages: Chinese. Liu Shao-chʻi. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, (OCoLC) Online version: Li, Tien-min, Liu Shao-chʻi.
Taipei: Institute of International Relations, (OCoLC) Named Person: Shaoqi Liu; Zedong Mao; Shao-chi Liu; Shaoqi Liu; Zedong Mao: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors.
Selected Works of Liu Shaoqi Volume 2 (Chinese Edition) - Kindle edition by LIUSHAOQI. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Selected Works of Liu Shaoqi Volume 2 (Chinese Edition).Price: $ Liu Shaoqi (Wade-Giles: Liu Shao-chi) was an important communist leader who served as vice-president of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and president of the People’s Republic of China.
An economic moderate whose views contradicted those of Mao Zedong, Liu was later expelled from the party and targeted by Mao’s fanatical supporters.
Liu Shaoqi, Wade-Giles romanization Liu Shao-ch’i, (born NovemNingxiang, Hunan province, China—died NovemKaifeng, Henan province), chairman of the People’s Republic of China (–68) and chief theoretician for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), who was considered the heir apparent to Mao Zedong until he was purged in the late s.
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Liu Shaoqi, ‘How to be a Good Communist’, in Collected Works of Liu Shao-chi: Before (Hong Kong: Union Research Institute, ) pp. Google Scholar Author: Anita Chan. Liu Shao-ch'i (??) was a leading organizer of the Chinese Communist party.
Named chairman of the People's Republic () and recognized as heir apparent to Mao Tse-tung, he became a major target of the Cultural Revolution in and was expelled from the party. Liu Shao-ch'i was born in Hunan Province, China, to a landowning peasant family.
The chief target of China's infamous Cultural Revolution, Liu Shaoqi is one of the tragic figures of the Chinese revolution. By addressing the issues that decimated China's monolithic elite in the late s, Lowell Dittmer illuminates not only the life and fate of this fascinating leader but also the policy-making process of a revolutionary state facing the diverging exigencies of economic.
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E Kent (Book). Liu Shao-Chi is the author of How to Be a Good Communist ( avg rating, 22 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Informe sobre el proyecto de Constituc /5.Chinese revolutionary, statesman, and theorist. He was Chairman of the NPC Standing Committee from to and President of the People's Republic of China, China's head of state, from toduring which he implemented policies of economic reconstruction in China/5(10).Liu Shao (Chinese: 劉劭;?
– 27 May ), courtesy name Xiuyuan (休遠), later known as Yuanxiong (元凶, meaning "prime murderer"), was briefly an emperor of the Chinese dynasty Liu was Emperor Wen's crown prince who, after hearing that his father was going to depose him, staged a coup d'état and assassinated his father, taking over the throne, but was then defeated and killed Father: Emperor Wen.