Writings of leaders of the Communist Party of China
Ten Glorious Years – 1949-1959, FLP, Peking, 1960, 384 pages. 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.
One of the prime leaders of the Cultural Revolution – might have been attacked by being close to Lin Piao by the right in the Party, exemplified by Chou En-lai. Tried by the ‘capitalist-roaders’ after the death of Chairman Mao for his connection and friendship with the so-called ‘Gang of Four’ – the revolutionaries in the Party.
Notes on Mao Tse-tung’s ‘Report on an Investigation of the Peasant Movement in Hunan’, Chen Po-ta, FLP, Peking 1966, 66 pages. Written in the spring of 1944. The 3rd Chinese edition appeared in 1953, and this is the 2nd revised English translation of that edition.
Mao Tse-tung on the Chinese Revolution, Chen Po-ta, FLP, Peking 1953, 96 pages. Written in April 1951.
Stalin and the Chinese Revolution, Chen Po-ta, April 21, 1952, FLP, Peking 1953, 68 pages. Focuses on Stalin’s contributions in the 1920s to the development of the Chinese Revolution.
A Study of Land Rent in Pre-Liberation China, Chen Po-ta, FLP, Peking 1966, 120 pages. 2nd edition, revised translation. This work was originally written in 1945-46, and later revised and published in its first Chinese edition in 1952. The first English edition appeared in 1958.
Explanatory Notes to the Draft Decisions on Agricultural Co-operation, Chen Po-ta, FLP, Peking 1956. A speech delivered on October 4, 1955 at the Sixth Plenary Session (Enlarged) of the Seventh Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. Included in the pamphlet Decisions on Agricultural Co-operation, on pages 35-55.
Yugoslav Revisionism – Product of Imperialist Policy, Chen Po-ta, FLP, Peking 1958, 17 pages. An article which originally appeared (in Chinese) in Hongqi [Red Flag], June 1 1958. This English version is from the pamphlet In Refutation of Modern Revisionism.
Foreign Minister Chen Yi’s Statement Refuting Dulles’ Speech at the U.N. General Assembly, September 20 1958., FLP, Peking 1958, 83 pages. Included in the pamphlet Oppose U.S. Military Provocations in the Taiwan Straits Area – A selection of important documents, pages 9-13.
Yugoslav Revisionism is just what U.S. Imperialism needs, Kang Sheng, FLP, Peking 1958, 13 pages. An article which originally appeared in Renmin Ribao [People’s Daily], June 14 1958. This English version is from the pamphlet In Refutation of Modern Revisionism.
In Refutation of Modern Revisionism’s Reactionary Theory of the State, Wang Chia-hsiang, FLP, Peking 1958, 19 pages. An article which originally appeared in Hongqi [Red Flag], June 16 1958. This English version is from the pamphlet In Refutation of Modern Revisionism.
Wang Ming (1904-1974)
The Revolutionary Movement in the Colonial Countries, Wang Ming, Workers Library Publishers, New York, 1935, 68 pages. The revised copy of the speech given on August 7 1935 in Moscow at the Seventh World Congress of the Communist International.
China can win! The new stage in the aggression of Japanese Imperialism and the new period in the struggle of the Chinese People, Wang Ming, Workers Library Publishers, New York, 1937, 52 pages.