Communist Party of China (CPC) – history, resolutions and documents

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Communist Party of China (CPC) – history, resolutions and documents

Resolution on Certain Questions in the History of Our Party, adopted by the Enlarged Seventh Plenary Session of the Sixth Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on April 20, 1945, 72 pages. This is the revised translation from the Appendix to the 3rd edition of the pamphlet Our Study and the Current Situation, by Mao Tse-tung. (Peking: FLP, 1962)

Thirty Years of the Communist Party of China: An Outline History, by Hu Chiao-mu, (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1951), 100 pages.

Documents of the National Conference of the Communist Party of China, held in March 1955. Includes: the Communiqué, the resolution on the draft of the first 5-year plan, the resolution on the anti-Party bloc of Kao Kang and Jao Shu-shih, and the resolution on the establishment of central and local control committees. (Peking: Oct. 1955), 68 pages.

Documents of the Sixth Plenary Session (Enlarged) of the Seventh Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, a supplement to People’s China, Dec. 1, 1955, 24 pages.

Eighth Congress of the Communist Party of China, Volume 1: Documents, (Peking: FLP, 1956), 332 pages.

Eighth Congress of the Communist Party of China, Volume 2: Speeches, (Peking: FLP, 1956), 388 pages.

Eighth Congress of the Communist Party of China, Volume 3: Greetings From Fraternal Parties, (Peking: FLP, 1956), 266 pages.

Constitution of the Communist Party of China and Report on the Revision of the Constitution of the CPC by Teng Hsiao-ping. This is the Party Constitution adopted by the Eighth National Congress on Sept. 26, 1956. The report of the the revision of the Constitution was delivered by Teng Hsiao-ping [Deng Xiaoping] at that Congress on Sept. 16, 1956. (Peking: FLP, 1956), 118 pp.

Second Session of the Eighth National Congress of the Communist Party of China, seven reports and resolutions, including Report on the Work of the Central Committee of the CCP to the Second Session of the Eighth National Congress by Liu Shao-chi. (Peking: FLP, 1958), 99 pages.

Training Successors for the Revolution is the Party’s Strategic Task, 3 articles on this topic including the title article by An Tzu-wen from Hongqi, Nos. 17-18, 1964. (Peking: FLP, 1965), 68 pages.

Absorb Proletarian Fresh Blood – An Important Question in Party Consolidation, Hongqi [Red Flag] editorial, #4, Oct. 14, 1968. (Peking: FLP, 1968), 34 pages.

Communique of the Enlarged Twelfth Plenary Session of the Eighth Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, adopted on Oct. 31, 1968. (Peking: FLP, 1968), 32 pages.

The Ninth National Congress of the Communist Party of China (Documents), including the Report to the Ninth National Congress of the Communist Party of China delivered by Lin Piao; The Constitution of the Communist Party of China; lists of members of the Central Committee and the Politburo; and several press communiques. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 206 pages. Lin Piao’s Report issued as a separate small pamphlet, 112 pages.

The Constitution of the Communist Party of China, adopted by the Ninth National Congress of the Communist Party of China, April 4, 1969. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 52 pages.

Hold Aloft the Banner of Unity of the Party’s Ninth Congress and Win Still Greater Victories, editorial of Renmin Ribao, Hongqi and Jifangjun Bao, June 9, 1969. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 26 pages.

Communists Should Be the Advanced Elements of the Proletariat – In Commemoration of the 49th Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China. (Peking: FLP, 1970), 20 pages.

Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Communist Party of China: 1921-1971, (Peking: FLP, 1971), 60 pages.

The Tenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China (Documents), (Peking: FLP, 1973), 138 pages.

The Eleventh National Congress of the Communist Party of China (Documents), (Peking: FLP, 1977), 270 pages.

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Government of the People’s Republic of China

The Constitution of the People's Republic of China

The Constitution of the People’s Republic of China – 1975

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Government of the People’s Republic of China

Important Documents of the First Plenary Session of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, (Peking: FLP, 1949), 54 pages.

The Common Program and Other Documents of the First Plenary Session of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, (Peking: FLP, 1950), 53 pages.

Political Report, by Chou En-lai, delivered at the Second Session of the Second National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference on January 30, 1956. (Peking: FLP, 1956), 51 pages.

Ten Glorious Years – 1949-1959, essays by 19 important Chinese leaders (other than Mao) on the 10th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, including: Liu Shao-chi, Chou En-lai, Lin Piao, Teng Hsiao-ping, Soong Ching Ling, Chen Yi, Li Fu-chun, Ho Lung, Li Hsien-nien, Ko Ching-shih, Li Ching-chuan, Ulanfu, Kang Sheng, Po I-po, Wang Chia-hsing, Liu Lan-tao, Teng Tse-hui, Nieh Jung-chen, and Lo Jui-ching. (Peking: FLP, 1960), 384 pages.

Documents of the First Session of the Fourth National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China, (Peking: FLP, 1975), 104 pages. Including;

  • Proclamation of the National People’s Congress of the PRC
  • The Constitution of the PRC
  • Report on the Revision of the Constitution, by Chang Chun-chiao
  • Report on the Work of the Government, by Chou En-lai
  • Resolutions and Proclamations
  • List of the members of the Presidium and the Secretary General of the 1st Session of the 4th National People’s Congress
  • Press Communique

The Constitution of the People’s Republic of China, as of 1975, (Peking: FLP, 1975), 72 pages, including the Report on the Revision of the Constitution, by Chang Chun-chiao.

The Constitution of the People’s Republic of China, as of 1978, (Peking: FLP, 1978), 52 pages.

The Constitutions of the People’s Republic of China, including the Constitutions of 1954, 1975, 1978, and 1982, in both English and Chinese, 76 pages.

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China’s Socialist Economy

What a pleasure it is not to have to bend our backs while planting rice

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China’s Socialist Economy

China’s Railways — A Story of Heroic Reconstruction, (Peking: FLP, n.d. [probably 1951]), 72 pages.

The Seventh All-China Congress of Trade Unions, (Peking: FLP, Sept. 1953), 173 pages.

Report on Fulfilment of the National Economic Plan of the People’s Republic of China in 1955 — With Statistical Summary, issued by the State Statistical Bureau of the PRC. (Peking: FLP, 1956), 61 pages.

Proposals of the Eighth National Congress of the Communist Party of China for the Second Five-Year Plan for Development of the National Economy (1958-1962) together with Report on the Proposals for the Second Five-Year Plan for Development of the National Economy, by Chou En-lai. (Peking: FLP, 1956), 110 pages.

Chinese Workers March Towards Socialism, (Peking: FLP, 1956), 112 pages.

China Will Overtake Britain, by Niu Chung-huang. (Peking: FLP, 1958), 73 pages.

The Socialist Transformation of the National Economy in China, by Hsueh Mu-Chiao, Su Hsing and Lin Tse-Li, China Knowledge Series, (Peking: FLP, 1960), 300 pages.

Grasp Revolution, Promote Production and Win New Victories on the Industrial Front, Renmin Ribao editorial, Feb. 21, 1969. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 26 pages.

China’s Renminbi — One of the Few Most Stable Currencies in the World, with these two articles: Victory for Chairman Mao’s Great Principle of Maintaining Independence and Keeping the Initiative in Our Own Hands and Relying on Our Own Efforts — Hail China, a Socialist Country Without Internal or External Debts, by Tsai Cheng. Great Victory for Mao Tsetung Thought on the Financial and Monetary Front — Hail China’s Renminbi, One of the Few Most Stable Currencies in the World, by Hung Yin-hang. (Peking: FLP, 1969), 43 pages.

Taching — Red Banner on China’s Industrial Front, with photographs, 70 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1972)

A Glance at China’s Economy, well illustrated, 108 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1974)

China in Development — An Introduction to China, compiled by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, c. 1975, 8 pages.

Mountains and Rivers Make Way — The Chengtu-Kunming Railroad in Photographs, (Peking: FLP, 1976), 73 pages.

Why China Has No Inflation, by Peng Kuang-hsi, (Peking: FLP: 1976), 72 pages.

Impressions of Taching Oilfield, by Chiang Shan-hao, 56 pages. (Peking: FLP, 1978)

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