Peking Review: Contents Page

Vol. 9, #6      February 4, 1966

[The articles below with active links have been scanned in and posted on this site.
Comments in brackets added by the MASSLINE.ORG editor.]

The Week

Articles and Documents

“Strong Protest to British Government”. [About the British authorities allowing their Hong Kong colony to be used by the U.S. Navy as a base of operations in its war of aggression against Vietnam.]

“China Resolutely Supports D.R.V.’s Just Stand
— Chairman Liu Shao-chi Replies to President Ho Chi Minh”
, January 30, 1966.

“President Ho Chi Minh Writes to Chairman Liu Shao-chi”, January 24, 1966.
      “Appendix: The Four-Point Stand of the Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam”

“Johnson Resumes Bombing of North Vietnam:
“The Biggest Hypocrite and Butcher of Our Times”

“U.N. Has No Right Whatsoever to Discuss Vietnam Question”

“Whom Is the Soviet Leadership Taking United Action With?”, by Observer.

“The Soviet Government Once Again Exposes Itself”. [How the Soviets were working toward deals with the U.S. on the “non-proliferation of nuclear weapons” and other measures to “promote the easing of international tensions” at the same time the U.S. was greatly intensifying its war of aggression against Vietnam. Among other things this was allowing the U.S. to shift more troops from Europe to Vietnam.]

“Further Remarks on the Sino-Cuban Trade Question”, by a responsible official of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Trade

“Britain’s Shaky Labour Government”, by Tung Fang-hsiang
[Sidebar:] Britain Through Washington’s Eyes

“On the Ideological Front:
“Workers, Peasants and Soldiers Study Marxist Philosophy”

“Applying Mao Tse-tung’s Thinking:
“A Revolutionary Outlook in Treating Burns”

“Workers’ and Peasants’ Philosophical Writings”

Round the World

Peking Review article list (in date order).

Peking Review article list (by subject).