Peking Review: Contents Page
Vol. 9, #33 Aug. 12, 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.]
- Pakistan Parliamentary Delegation in Peking
- Chairman Liu Receives Zambian Goodwill Mission
- China Firmly Supports Cambodia
- Upholding Glorious Tradition of Movement Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs
- Indian Government’s Manoeuvres for “Two Chinas” Protested
- Indonesian Government Rebuked for Occupying Chinese Mission Premises
Articles and Documents
“Decision of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party Concerning the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution” — (Adopted on August 8, 1966).
“Statement Supporting the American Negroes in Their Just Struggle Against Racial Discrimination by U.S. Imperialism”, by Mao Tse-tung (August 8, 1963).
“C.P.C. Central Committee Decides on Large-Scale Publication of Chairman Mao’s Works”.
[Sidebar:] “National Conference on the Work of Printing and Distributing Chairman Mao’s Works”.
“A Great and Joyous Event for People in the Whole Country”. [Regarding the more extensive publication of Mao’s works.]
“Chairman Mao’s Swim in the Yangtse Inspires the People of China and the World”.
“Support American Negroes’ Use of Revolutionary Violence Against Counter-Revolutionary Violence”.
“Speech by Kuo Mo-jo”. [At the above rally.]
“Message From the Rally”. [A formal statement issued at the rally.]
“Speech by U.S. Negro Leader Rober Williams”. [At the above rally.]
“The Chinese People’s Most Precious Gift to the World’s People” — Tributes to Mao Tse-tung’s Thought From Afro-Asian Writers Touring China.
“No One Can Block the Eyes and Ears of the Whole World”, by “Renmin Ribao” Commentator. [About U.S.-Soviet collusion with regard to the U.S. attempt to “force peace talks through bombing” of Vietnam.]
Meeting of Propaganda Department of C.P.C. Central Committee:
“Raising High the Great Red Banner of Mao Tse-tung’s Thought and Wrathfully Denouncing Chou Yang, Ringleader of the Sinister Gang in Literary and Art Circles”.
International Communist Movement:
“Mao Tse-tung’s Thought Is a Compass for All People Aspiring to Change the World”. — V. G. Wilcox greets the 45th anniversary fo the founding of the Communist Party of China. [Wilcox was the General Secretary of the Communist Party of New Zealand.]
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