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Author Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976, author.

Title Mao's road to power : revolutionary writings, 1912-1949. Volume 1, The pre-Marxist period, 1912-1920 / [Mao Zedong] ; Stuart R. Schram, editor
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2015
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Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- General Introduction: Mao Zedong and the Chinese Revolution, 1912-1949 -- Introduction: The Writings of Mao Zedong, 1912-1920 -- Note on Sources and Conventions -- 1912 -- Essay on How Shang Yang Established Confidence by the Moving of the Pole (June) -- 1913 -- Classroom Notes (October-December) -- 1915 -- Letter to Wen Yongchang (February 24) -- Yang Changji's Record of a Conversation with Mao Zedong (April 5) -- In Memory of a Friend, Yi Yongxi (May) -- Letter to Xiangsheng (June 25) -- Epigraphs to Mingchi pian (Essays on the Sense of Shame) (Summer) -- Letter to a Friend (July) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (August 3) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (August) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (September 6) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (September 27) -- Letter to Li Jinxi (November 9) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (Winter) -- 1916 -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (January 28) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (February 19) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (February 29) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (June 24) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (June 26) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (July 18) -- Letter to Xiao Zisheng (July 25) -- Letter to Li Jinxi (December 9) -- 1917 -- Letter to Miyazaki Tōten (March) -- A Study of Physical Education (April 1) -- Foreword to Xiao Zisheng's All in One Self-Study Notes (Summer) -- Letter to Li Jinxi (August 23) -- Zhang Kundi's Record of Two Talks with Mao Zedong (September) -- Chinese Language Teaching Plan (Second-Year Chinese Language Class) (September) -- Public Announcement Inviting Students to the Workers' Evening School (October 30) -- Evening School Journal, Volume One (November) -- On the Occasion of a Memorial Meeting for Students of Hunan First Normal School Who Died of Illness -- Mourning Couplet for a Student -- In Praise of Swimming -- In Answer to Mr. Xiao Mo'an -- 1918
Advertisement Regarding Evening School Enrollment (March 2) -- Seeing Off Tate Uichirō on His Journey to the East -- Students' Society Records for May 10 (May 29) -- Letter to Luo Xuezan (August 11) -- Letter to Seventh and Eighth Maternal Uncles (August) -- 1917-1918 -- Marginal Notes to: Friedrich Paulsen, A System of Ethics -- 1919 -- Letter to Seventh and Eighth Maternal Uncles and Aunts (April 28) -- Manifesto on the Founding of the Xiang River Review (July 14) -- The Waves of Strikes in Various Countries (July 14) -- The Arrest and Rescue of Chen Duxiu (July 14) -- The Threat of Force (July 14) -- Study the Extremist Party (July 14) -- The Blockade (July 14) -- Proof of the Equality and Justice of the Allies (July 14) -- Afghanistan Picks Up the Sword (July 14) -- The Rhine Republic Is a Grotesque Country (July 14) -- So Much for National Self-Determination! (July 14) -- Poor Wilson (July 14) -- Savage Bomb Attacks (July 14) -- The Despotism of Industry Is Unacceptable (July 14) -- The Cession of Territory and Reparations Are Mutually Incompatible (July 14) -- A Bloodletting for the Socialist Party (July 14) -- Bernstein (July 14) -- There Are No Temples to Illustrious Virtue Abroad (July 14) -- What Is Fitting in a Republic? (July 14) -- Probably Not a Human Being (July 14) -- From the Kunlun Mountains to Europe (July 14) -- A Good Scheme (July 14) -- The Instant Transformation (July 14) -- We Are Starving (July 14) -- Do You Mean to Say That Walking Is Only for Men? (July 14) -- Ha! Ha! (July 14) -- The Women's Revolutionary Army (July 14) -- Notice from the Xiang River Review (July 14) -- What Kind of Talk Is This? (July 14) -- For the Germans, the Painful Signing of the Treaty (July 21) -- Joy and Suffering (July 21) -- Karl and Puyi (July 21) -- The Founding and Progress of the Strengthen Learning Society (July 21)
Break Down the Foundationless Big China and Build up Many Chinas Starting with Hunan (September 5) -- Absolutely Support the Hunan Monroe Doctrine (September 6) -- Hunan Is Burdened by China: Proof from History and from the Present Situation (September 6-7) -- Statutes of the Russia Studies Society (September 23) -- It Is Time to Launch a Hunan Self-Government Movement (September 26) -- Clearing Up the Doubt (September 27) -- More on the Promotion Movement (September 28) -- Hunanese Rule of Hunan Versus Hunanese Self-Rule (September 30) -- Complete Self-Rule and Semi-Self-Rule (October 3) -- Proposal That the Hunan Revolutionary Government Convene a Hunan People's Constitutional Convention to Enact a Hunan Constitution in Order to Build a New Hunan (October 5-6) -- Appeal to the 300,000 Citizens of Changsha in Favor of Self-Rule for Hunan (October 7) -- Essentials of the Organic Law of the Hunan People's Constitutional Convention (October 8) -- Essentials of the Electoral Law of the Hunan People's Constitutional Convention (October 8) -- Yesterday's General Meeting on Proposing the Convocation of a People's Constitutional Convention (October 9) -- Petition for the Hunan Self-Government Movement (October 10) -- Oppose Unification (October 10) -- First Business Report of the Cultural Book Society (October 22) -- Notice from the Cultural Book Society (November 1) -- Cultural Book Society Announcement to All Who Are Eager to Learn (November 10) -- A Respectful Notice from the Cultural Book Society to the Gentleman Who Has Bought This Book (November) -- The Budget for Girls' Education and the Budget for Boys' Education (November 19) -- Zhang Wenliang's Record of Mao Zedong's Comments on the Issue of Establishing the League (November 21) -- Letter to Xiang Jingyu (November 25) -- Letter to Ouyang Ze (November 25)
Expel Zhang Jingyao: Express Communique (January 18) -- Appeal to the Central Government in Beijing by Hunanese Citizens in All Walks of Life Accusing Zhang Jingyao of Ten Major Crimes (January 19) -- Petition by Teachers in Hunan for Dismissing and Punishing Zhang Jingyao (January 19) -- An Obituary Notice Mourning Mr. Yang Changji (January 22) -- Petition to Mr. Jin (January 28) -- Letter to Tao Yi (February 19) -- The New Campaign of Hunan Representatives to Expel Zhang (February 28) -- A Fund-Raising Notice for the Shanghai Work-Study Mutual Aid Society (March 5) -- Letter to Li Jinxi (March 12) -- Conditions for the Reconstruction of Hunan (for Discussion) (March 12) -- Letter to Zhou Shizhao (March 14) -- The Inside Story of the Hunan Peace Preservation Association (March 25) -- Declaration on the Occasion of the Founding of the Association for Promoting Reform in Hunan (April 1) -- The Hunan People Are Fighting Hard to Get Rid of Zhang Jingyao (April 27) -- The Hunan People Denounce Zhang Jingyao for Sabotaging the Peace (June 5) -- Letter to Li Jinxi (June 7) -- The Hunan People Are Fighting for Their Moral Character (June 9) -- The People of Hunan Must Take Another Step Forward (June 11) -- The Self-Rule of the People of Hunan (June 18) -- Reply to Zeng Yi from the Association for Promoting Reform in Hunan (June 23) -- Letter to Hu Shi (July 9) -- General Regulations of the Xiangtan Society for the Promotion of Education (July 27) -- The Founding of the Cultural Book Society (July 31) -- Declaration of the Xiangtan Society for the Promotion of Education (July 31) -- Business Regulations -- General Regulations for Branch Offices -- For the Attention of Branch Offices -- Outline of the Organization of the Cultural Book Society (August 25) -- The Fundamental Issue in the Problem of Hunanese Reconstruction: The Republic of Hunan (September 3)
Explanations by the Xiang River Review (July 21) -- The Great Union of the Popular Masses (July 21, July 28, and August 4) -- France Fears Germany as If It Were a Tiger (July 28) -- Contents of the Treaty (July 28) -- The Secret Treaty Between Japan and Germany (July 28) -- Politicians (July 28) -- Those Who Don't Believe in Science Will Die (July 28) -- Dead Rats (July 28) -- Petition of the Hunan Students' Association to the Governor of Hunan (July 30) -- An Overall Account of the Hunan United Students' Association (August 4) -- Statutes of the Problem Study Society (September 1) -- Letter to Li Jinxi (September 5) -- Expressing Sympathy for the Students of the Normal School (September 21) -- It Was He (September 26) -- Revised Manifesto for Xin Hunan on the Occasion of the Publication of Issue No. 7 (September) -- Mao Zedong's Funeral Oration in Honor of His Mother (October 8) -- Commentary on the Suicide of Miss Zhao (November 16) -- The Question of Miss Zhao's Personality (November 18) -- The Marriage Question -- An Admonition to Young Men and Women (November 19) -- The Question of Reforming the Marriage System (November 19) -- The Evils of Society and Miss Zhao (November 21) -- Concerning the Incident of Miss Zhao's Suicide (November 21) -- Against Suicide (November 23) -- The Question of Love-Young People and Old People (November 25) -- Smash the Matchmaker System (November 27) -- The Problem of Superstition in Marriage (November 28) -- The Work of the Students (December 1) -- Zhang Jingyao's Smuggling of Opium Seeds Uncovered (December 24) -- Petition Opposing Zhang Jingyao's Secret Agreement to Sell the Mines (December 27) -- Public Indignation of the Hunan People at Zhang Jingyao's Smuggling of Opium Seeds (December 31) -- 1920 -- Zhang Jingyao Smuggles Opium Seeds (continued) (January 4) -- Letter to Yi Lirong (January 13)
Notes Letter to Luo Aojie (November 25)
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Subject Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976 -- Correspondence.
Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976 -- Political and social views.
Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976.
Political and social views.
China -- History -- 1949-1976.
China.
Genre/Form History.
Personal correspondence.
Form Electronic book
Author Schram, Stuart R. (Stuart Reynolds), 1924-2012, editor.
ISBN 1315702622
9781315702629