This was first published as an editorial in People’s Daily, organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on 5 July 1967. It was reproduced in Liberation, Vol. I No 1 (November 1967). A peal of spring thunder has crashed over the land of India. Revolutionary peasants
Mao Tsetung’s Call to the People of the World A new upsurge in the struggle against US imperialism is now emerging throughout the world. Ever since World War II, US imperialism and its followers have been continuously launching wars of aggression and the people in various countries have been continuously waging
Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, in Support of the Afro-American Struggle Against Violent Repression Following is the full text of the statement by Chairman Mao Tse-tung issued on April 16, 1968 in support of the Afro-American struggle against violent repression : Some days ago, Martin Luther
Adopted at the PARTY CONGRESS held in May 1970 From Liberation, Vol. III, Nos. 7-9 (May-July 1970). 1. Our beloved country is one of the biggest and most ancient countries of the world inhabited by 500 million people. Ours is an agrarian country, a country of the peasant masses, hard-working and talented.
Comrade Charu Majumdar’s speech introducing the Political-Organizational Report at the Party Congress: From Liberation, Vol. III, Nos. 7-9 (May-July 1970). The report of this speech, based on notes taken at the Congress, was adopted by the Congress as a Party document. In the present world situation there are two important phenomena. On
From Liberation, Vol. III, Nos. 7-9 (May-July 1970). Our Congress is taking place at a time when US imperialism is continuing open and naked aggression on Cambodia and expanding the war of aggression throughout Indo-China with the sheer logic of an aggressor, reminding us of the days of Munich. This