Writings by the So-Called ‘Gang of Four’

Workers demand 'Keep politics in command'

Workers demand ‘Keep politics in command’

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Writings by the So-Called Gang of Four:

Chiang Ching, Chang Chun-chiao, Yao Wen-yuan and Wang Hung-wen were close comrades-in-arms of Chairman Mao Tse-tung and prominent leaders during the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution and hence principal targets of the capitalist-roaders led by the odious renegade Teng Hsiao-ping.

They were disparagingly branded as the ‘Gang of Four’ and subjected to a kangaroo court when the new capitalist leaders took out their revenge on some of China’s finest Marxist-Leninist leaders.

Jiang Qing [Chiang Ching]:

Chiang Ching

Chiang Ching

On the Revolution of Peking Opera – Speech made in July 1964 at the Forum of Theatrical Workers Participating in the Festival of Peking Opera on Contemporary Themes, by Chiang Qing, 7 pages. From the pamphlet On the Revolution of Peking Opera (Peking: FLP, 1968). Chiang Ching’s speech only, 7 pages: Full Pamphlet (with articles by others as well), 76 pages.

Speech by Comrade Chiang Ching – At the Rally to Inaugurate and Celebrate the Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee, April 20, 1967, 6 pages. From the pamphlet Great Victory for Chairman Mao’s Revolutionary Line – Warmly Hail the Birth of Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee (1967).

Chiang Ching - at Peking Opera

Chiang Ching – at Peking Opera

Zhang Chunqiao [Chang Chun-chiao]:

Chung Chun-chiao

Chung Chun-chiao

Speech by Comrade Chang Chun-chiao on Behalf of the Delegations of the Revolutionary Committees in Four Provinces and One Municipality – At the Rally to Inaugurate and Celebrate the Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee, April 20, 1967, 3 pages. [From the pamphlet Great Victory for Chairman Mao’s Revolutionary Line – Warmly Hail the Birth of Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee (1967).]

On Exercising All-Round Dictatorship Over the Bourgeoisie, originally an article in the CCP theoretical journal Hongqi [Red Flag], #4, 1975. Reissued as a pamphlet (Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1975). 34 pages.

from And Mao Makes 5: Mao Tse-tung’s last great battle, edited with an Introduction by Raymond Lotta, (Chicago: Banner Press, September 1978), 539 pages.

Yao Wenyuan [Yao Wen-yuan]:

Yao Wen-yuan

Yao Wen-yuan

On ‘Three-Family Village’ – The Reactionary Nature of Evening Chats at Yenshan and Notes from Three-Family Village (May 10, 1966), 42 pages.

Commemorate Lu Hsun and Carry the Revolution Through to the End, by Yao Wen-yuan, a speech on the 30th anniversary of the death of Lu Hsun, Oct. 19, 1966, 17 pages. From the pamphlet Commemorating Lu Hsun – Our Forerunner in the Cultural Revolution (1967).

On the Counter-Revolutionary Double-Dealer Chou Yang, by Yao Wen-yuan. (Peking: FLP, 1967), 116 pages.

The Working Class Must Exercise Leadership in Everything, from Hongqi, #2, 1968. (Peking: FLP, 1968), 16 pages.

Comments On Tao Chu’s Two Books (1968), 44 pages.

On the Social Basis of the Lin Piao Anti-Party Clique (1975), 36 pages.

from And Mao Makes 5: Mao Tse-tung’s last great battle, edited with an Introduction by Raymond Lotta, (Chicago: Banner Press, September 1978), 539 pages

Teachers criticise GPCR reversals in education

Teachers criticise GPCR reversals in education

Wang Hongwen [Wang Hung-wen]:

Wang Hung-wen at 9th CPC Congress

Wang Hung-wen at 9th CPC Congress

from And Mao Makes 5: Mao Tse-tung’s last great battle, edited with an Introduction by Raymond Lotta, (Chicago: Banner Press, September 1978), 539 pages.

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