Philosophy and Political Economy
Mao Tse-tung: Four Essays on Philosophy, (Peking: FLP, 1966), 146 pages. [With a small amount of underlining and marginal notes.]
Materialist Dialectics Helps Fighters Make Ideological Progress, by Chen Chin-yuan, originally in Jiefangjun Bao [Liberation Army Daily], January 10, 1966, 19 pages. This English translation is from the 1968 pamphlet Mao Tse-tung’s Thought is the Invincible Weapon. 87 pages
Selected Essays on the Study of Philosophy by Workers, Peasants and Soldiers, (Peking: FLP, 1971), 96 pages.
Serving the People with Dialectics – Essays on the Study of Philosophy by Workers and Peasants, (Peking: FLP, 1972), 58 pages.
Philosophy is No Mystery – Peasants Put Their Study to Work, (Peking: FLP, 1972), 88 pages.
Three Major Struggles on China’s Philosophical Front (1949-64), 4 articles, (Peking: FLP, 1973), 76 pages.
Fundamentals of Political Economy, also known as the Shanghai Textbook. This book was originally published in Chinese in Shanghai in 1974 as part of the Youth Self-Education Series designed for individual or group study. The first half of the book is about the political economy of capitalism and capitalist-imperialism. Chapter 11 is about Soviet social-imperialism [socialism in name, imperialism in fact]. And the rest of the book is about the political economy of socialism. This is the 1977 translation of the entire volume, as edited by George Wang, 272 scanned sheets, 506 pages.
The portions of this volume on the political economy of socialism were later issued in a revised translation edited by Raymond Lotta (with a Foreword and Afterword) under the title Maoist Economics and the Revolutionary Road to Communism: The Shanghai Textbook (NY: Banner Press, 1994), 404 pages.
Why China Has No Inflation, by Peng Kuang-hsi, (Peking: FLP: 1976), 72 pages.