Turbulent Decade: A History of the Cultural Revolution

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A comprehensive narrative account of this colossal event, written by Yan Jiaqi, one of the principal leaders of China's pro-democracy movement, and his wife, Gao Gao, a noted sociologist, appeared in Hong Kong in and was quickly banned by the Communist government.

Not surprisingly, censorship and restricted circulation in China resulted in underground reproduction and serialization. The work was thus widely read, coveted, and appreciated by a populace who had just freed itself from the cultural drought and political dread of the event.

Yan and Gao later spent two years revising and expanding their work.

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The present volume, Turbulent Decade: A History of the Cultural Revolution, is based on the revised edition and has been masterfully edited and translated by D. Kwok in consultation with the authors.

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In two short years, Mao managed to turn public opinion against Liu Shaoqi, president of the Republic, and launch the Cultural Revolution. The reader is introduced to the Red Guards and encounters the cult of personality, the first resistance to the Cultural Revolution, the attack on Zhou Enlai, and the persecution and death of Liu Shaoqi.

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Part Two examines the rise and fall of Lin Biao during the years Lin's bid for power, which began with the consolidation of his personal clique in the army and mass-level persecution in the late stages of the Cultural Revolution, ended in a failed coup and his death in an air crash. Part Three follows Jiang Qing from to her arrest in for her part in instigating mass violence and the persecution of key figures, including Zhou Enlai.

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During this period, the political fortunes of Deng Xiaoping rose and fell for a second time, the first protest at Tiananmen Square in ended in a bloody suppression, and that same year the Gang of Four were arrested. Instead, the authors' fervent belief in the truthful telling of history through its leading personalities pervades the work.

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E27 In the essays she has selected for this fascinating volume, Professor Ebrey explores features of the Chinese family, gender and kinship systems as practices and ideas intimately connected to history and therefore subject to change over time. D55 Timeline of China's cultral revolution, The Wilson Center. A social experiment aimed at suppressing counterrevolutionaries and purifying the Chinese Communist Party launched in , the Cultural Revolution was a disaster for China and created chaos across the country.

S What does it mean to have grown up female in the Mao era?

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How can the remembered details of everyday life help shed light upon those turbulent times? Some of Us is a collection of memoirs by nine Chinese women who grew up during the Mao era. Mow Call Number: HQ H Kyle Mays will discuss the connections and divergences that developed between the social movements of Black Americans and Native Americans during the s and how the legacy of their overlapping but different campaigns for equal rights continue to affect contemporary American society.

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