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By Mao Tse-Tung

Chosen Works of Mao Tse-Tung, quantity III makes a speciality of the perspectives of Mao Tse-Tung on communism, revolution, fascism, nationwide solidarity, and patriotism.
The quantity first ponders at the proposition of Mao Tse-Tung to reform the strategy and approach of research in the Communist get together of China; the compromise among Japan and the USA on the price of China; and the institution of an jap Munich opposed to communism and opposed to the Soviet Union. The booklet additionally takes a glance at Mao Tse-Tung's place opposed to fascism, together with the warfare opposed to Japan and using the japanese imperialists out of China.
The ebook examines questions relating to equipment of management, monetary and monetary difficulties within the anti-Japanese battle, aid of lease, and the necessity for comrades to do monetary paintings. The textual content additionally elaborates at the coalition executive. issues comprise the basic calls for of the chinese language humans, foreign and household scenario, and coverage of the chinese language Communist celebration.
The quantity is a liable resource of information for readers attracted to the philosophy of Mao Tse-Tung on communism, fascism, revolution, and patriotism.

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For instance, today we are holding a meeting of kanpu [cadres], and the term kanpu is derived from a foreign word. We should continue to absorb many fresh things from abroad, not only progressive ideas but new expressions as well. Thirdly, let us also learn whatever is alive in the classical Chinese language. Since we have not studied classical Chinese hard enough, we have not made full and proper use of much that is still alive in it. Of course, we are resolutely opposed to the use of obsolete expressions or allusions, and that is final; but what is good and still useful should be taken over.

Nowadays we no longer study the Confucian classics but such new subjects as modern Chinese, history, geography and elementary natural science, which, once learned, are useful everywhere. The Central Committee of our Party now emphatically requires that our cadres of working-class and peasant origin should obtain an elementary education because they can then take up any branch of study — politics, military science or economics. Otherwise, for all their rich experience they will never be able to study theory.

Millions of people saw and handled commodities every day but were so used to them that they took no notice. Marx alone studied commodities scientifically. He carried out a tremendous work of research into their actual development and derived a thoroughly scientific theory from what existed universally. He studied nature, history and proletarian revolution and created dialectical materialism, historical materialism and the theory of proletarian revolution. Thus Marx became a most completely developed intellectual, representing the acme of human wisdom; he was fundamentally different from those who have only book-learning.

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