5 edition of The Current State of the Chinese Communist Party in the Countryside (East Asian Institute Contemporary China, 25) found in the catalog.
April 2000 by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
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But that will be only one aspect of the outcome of the Chinese revolution and not the whole picture. They have evolved into new social classes from the womb of feudal society. The spontaneous forces of capitalism have been steadily growing in the countryside in recent years, with new rich peasants springing up everywhere and many well-to-do middle peasants striving to become rich peasants. We shall now describe the course of this change. In the thousands of years of Han history, there have been hundreds of peasant uprisings, great and small, against the dark rule of the landlords and the nobility. Some of them do not have enough land, and only a section the well-to-do middle peasants have some surplus land.
This social stratum is unstable; while some are apt to be bought over by the reactionary forces, others may join the revolution. Therefore, we should know how to remould them and guard against their destructiveness. After a co-operative is established, it must go through many more struggles before it can be consolidated. Second, the middle peasants.
Without socialization of agriculture, there can be no complete, consolidated socialism. Throughout the history of Chinese civilization its agriculture and handicrafts have been renowned for their high level of development; there have been many great thinkers, scientists, inventors, statesmen, soldiers, men of letters and artists, and we have a rich store of classical works. XIII, pp. Hence although the mass of revolutionary intellectuals in China can play a vanguard role or serve as a link with the masses, not all of them will remain revolutionaries to the end. Can the worker-peasant alliance continue to stand him in these circumstances? However, the Chinese proletariat emerged and grew simultaneously not only with the Chinese national bourgeoisie but also with the enterprises directly operated by the imperialists in China.
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A new-democratic revolution is an anti-imperialist and anti-feudal revolution of the broad masses of the people under the leadership of the proletariat. Towards the people, on the contrary, it uses the method not of compulsion but of democracy, that is, it must necessarily let them take part in political activities and does not compel them to do this or that, but uses the method of democracy in educating and persuading them.
They are as follows: 1 The imperialist powers have waged many wars of aggression against China, for instance, the Opium War launched by Britain inthe war launched by the Anglo-French allied forces in ,[ 14 ] the Sino-French War of ,[ 15 ] the Sino-Japanese War ofand the war launched by the allied forces of the eight powers in Thus the Chinese nation has a glorious revolutionary tradition and a splendid historical heritage.
For the moment, China, like many other countries, has some breathing room on pressure for change because of the general buoyancy of the global economy. However, the populists, or tuanpai, includes officials from the rural areas of the country.
The landlord had the right to beat, abuse or even kill them at will, and they had no political rights whatsoever.
Towards the enemy, it uses the method of dictatorship, that is, for as long a period of time as is necessary it does not let them take part in political activities and compels them to obey the law of the People's Government and to engage in labour and, through labour, transform themselves into new men.
The Bronze Horses and the Red Eyebrows were the peasant forces which revolted during his reign in what are now central Hopei and central Shantung Provinces. Then about twenty years ago, during the first imperialist world war, China's national industry expanded, chiefly in textiles and flour milling, because the imperialist countries in Europe and America were preoccupied with the war and temporarily relaxed their oppression of China.
Since the nature of present-day Chinese society is colonial, semi-colonial and semi-feudal, what are the chief targets or enemies at this stage of the Chinese revolution? In these so-called concessions they enforced an imperialist system of colonial rule entirely independent of Chinese law and administration.
First, the rich peasants. These contradictions and their intensification must inevitably result in the incessant growth of revolutionary movements. What will the socialist factors be? Since the Incident of September 18when the Japanese imperialists started their armed aggression, China has changed further into a colonial, semi-colonial and semi-feudal society.
IV, p. The present stage of the Chinese revolution is a stage of transition between the abolition of the colonial, semi-colonial and semi-feudal society and the establishment of a socialist society, i.
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The second is external, which is the contradiction between China and the imperialist countries. The changeover from individual to socialist, collective ownership in agriculture and handicrafts and from capitalist to socialist ownership in private industry and commerce is bound to bring about a tremendous liberation of the productive forces.
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Second, the small tradesmen. After the countrywide victory of the Chinese revolution and the solution of the land problem, two basic contradictions will still exist in China. The communist ideological and social system alone is full of youth and vitality, sweeping the world with the momentum of an avalanche and the The Current State of the Chinese Communist Party in the Countryside book of a thunderbolt.
That is to say, it embraces both the bourgeois-democratic revolution the new-democratic revolution and the proletarian-socialist revolution, i. Zhao was succeeded by Jiang Zemin inand Hu Jintao was elected general secretary in Prior to this appointment, he was a post doctoral fellow at the Harvard Academy for International and Area studies.
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