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Peking Review 1958— Vol. 1

PEKING REVIEW Vol.1 No.2 March 11, 1958

PEKING REVIEW March 11, 1958 Vol.1 No.2 Contents
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19416&fpage=2
Faster Shanghai Express
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19419&fpage=2
"Letter-Blind" No More
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19418&fpage=2
It's No Mystery
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19417&fpage=2

PEKING REVIEW Vol.1 No.3, March 18, 1958

Weight-lifting Champions
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19426
Good Health County
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19425
Turning China Green
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19424
New Efficiency Records
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19423
Science to Aid Production
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19422
Putting the Common Good First
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19421
Welcome Home
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19420

PEKING REVIEW Vol.1 No.4, March 25, 1958

PEKING REVIEW March 25. 1958,Vol.1 No.4 Contents
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19427
Industrializing China: Preliminary Stage
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19436
Don't Blame the Editor
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19435
Television in China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19434
Szechuan Oil Find
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19433
Industry in Every County
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19432
Better Services, Easier Shopping
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19431
Democracy in Action
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19430
Election Year
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19429
Up and Down
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19428




Peking Review 1959— Vol. 2

Peking Review, No. 36, 8 September 1959

Peking Review, No. 36, 8 September 1959 Contents
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19204
ROUND THE WEEK(8 September 1959)
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19206
Long Live the People's Communes!
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19207
    
A Test of Good Faith
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19205

Peking Review 1961— Vol. 4

Peking Review, Vol. 4, No. 28, p.5.,July 14, 1961

Sino-Korean Treaty of Friendship,Co-operation and Mutual Assistance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17528

PEKING REVIEW Vol. 4, No. 32, August 11, 1961

160,000 College Graduates
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17757
Fighting Drought
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17758    
With One Hand on the Hoe
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17761
Mei Lan-fang Dies
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17760    
Electricity Aids Agriculture
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17759

Peking Review 1963— Vol. 6

Peking Review No. 32, p. 7, August 9, 1963

Premier Zhou Enlai's Letter to All Government Heads
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17529&page=1&toread=1

Peking Review No. 33, August 16, 1963

Calling Upon the People of the World to Unite to Oppose Racial Discrimination by U.S. Imperialism and Support the American Negroes in Their Struggle Against Racial Discrimination
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17766

Peking Review, No. 34, p. 14,August 23, 1963
Premier Pham Van Dong Supports Chinese Government Proposal
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17530&page=1&toread=1

Peking Review, No. 36, September 6, 1963

Chairman Mao Tse-tung's Statement:
Opposing Aggression Against Southern Viet Nam and Slaughter of Its People by the U.S.-Ngo Dinh Diem Clique
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17767

Peking Review 1964 — Vol. 7

Peking Review, No. 37, September 11, 1964

NEW POLEMIC ON THE PHILOSOPHICAL FRONT--Report on the Discussion Concerning Comrade Yang Hsien-chen's Concept That "Two Combine Into One"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18073

Peking Review 1965 — Vol. 8

Peking Review, No. 10, 5 March 1965

Nan Han-Chen, For the Economic Emancipation of Afro-Asian Peoples
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19211

Peking Review 1966 — Vol. 9

Peking Review, No. 3, January 14, 1966

Peking Review, No. 3, January 14, 1966 Contents
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18455
U.S.-Chiang Plane Downed
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18454&fpage=2
Indian Slanders Refuted
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18453&fpage=2
Chinese Leaders Greet Albanian’s 20th Anniversary
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18452&fpage=2
Johnson Administration's Big Conspiracy
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18450&fpage=2
That "14-Point" Plan: What Is Washington Trying to Sell?
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18451&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 9, February 25, 1966
Revolutionary Leadership: County Party Secretary Chiao Yu-lu
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17094&fpage=4

Credits go to massline.org for the following postings!

Wilson Is Too Ignorant of the Times
http://wg1976.net/read.php?tid=23188

Refuting Bundy  
http://wg1976.net/read.php?tid=23187

Peking Review, No. 18, April 29, 1966    
Hold High the Great Red Banner of Mao Tse-tung's Thinking; Actively Participate in the GSCR
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17096&fpage=3

Peking Review, no. 19, 6 May 1966.
Malinovsky is a liar
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18566&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 23, June 3, 1966    
SWEEP AWAY ALL MONSTERS
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17110&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 24, June 10, 1966    
New Victory for Mao Tse-tung's Thought,
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17126&fpage=3
A Great Revolution That Touches the People to Their Very Souls
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17127&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 25, June 17. 1966    
Put Mao Tse-tung's Thought in the Forefront, Cadres Give the Lead At Every Level
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17128&fpage=3
Long Live the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17129&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 26, June 24, 1966
DECISION On Reform of Entrance Examination and Enrolment in Higher Educational Institutions
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17135&fpage=3
Carry Out the Cultural Revolution Thoroughly and Transform the Educational System Completely
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18562&fpage=2
    


Peking Review, No. 27, July 1, 1966    
Long Live Mao Tse-tung's Thought
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17136&fpage=3
The Sunlight of the Party Illuminates the Road Of the Great Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17138&fpage=3
The Brilliance of Mao Tse-tung's Thought Illuminates the Whole World
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17137&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 30, July 22, 1966
A New Stage of the Socialist Revolution in China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17151&fpage=2
Chairman Mao Is the Red Sun in the Hearts of the People of the World
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17152&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 31, July 29, 1966
Chairman Mao Swims in the Yangtse
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17157&fpage=2
Follow Chairman Mao and Advance The Teeth of the Great Storms And Waves
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17158&fpage=2
Statement of Chairman Liu Shao-chi of the People's Republic of China (on Vietnam)
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18567&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 32, August 5, 1966    
The Whole Country Should Become a Great School of Mao Tse-tung's Thought
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17161&fpage=2

Peking Review No. 33, Aug 12, 1966    
Decision of the Central Committee of the CCP Concerning the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=16948&fpage=4
Speech by U.S. Negro Leader Robert Williams
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17431
Statement Supporting the American Negroes In Their Just Struggle Against Racial Discrimination by U.S. Imperialism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17974&page=1&toread=1
C.P.C. Central Committee Decides On Large-Scale Publication of Chairman Mao's Works
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17973


Peking Review, No. 34 , August 19, 1966
Sailing the Seas Depends on the Helmsman
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17175&fpage=2
Chairman Mao Meets Revolutionary Masses in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17174&fpage=2
Communique of the Eleventh Plenary Session of the Eighth Central Committee of the Communist Party of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17173&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 35 - August 26, 1966, p. 20,
The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution Engulfs Peking's Streets
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17145&fpage=3
Comrade Chou En-lai's Speech At Peking's Mass Rally Celebrating the GPCR
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17184&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 36, September 2, 1966
Great Strategic Concept
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17185&fpage=2
Red Guards Destroy the Old and Establish the New
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17144&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 37, September 9, 1966    
Chairman Mao Receives Red Guards And Revolutionary Teachers And Students
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17187&fpage=2
Long Live the Revolutionary Rebel Spirit of the Proletariat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18586
What Are Sung Shih, Lu Ping, and Peng Pei-yun Up To in the Cultural Revolution?
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19309

Long live the revolutionary rebel spirit of the proletariat!
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=22236  NEW


Peking Review, No. 39, September 23, 1966    
Chairman Mao Once More Receives a Million Young Revolutionary Fighters
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17196&fpage=2
In Praise of the Red Guards
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18510

Peking Review, No. 40, September 30, 1966
Mao Tse-tung's Thought Is the Soul Of the Revolutionary People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17199&fpage=2
Illuminated by Mao Tse-tung's Thought, A New All-Round Leap Forward Situation Emerges
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17198&fpage=2
The Sunlight of Mao Tse-tung's Thought Illuminates Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17197&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 41, October 7, 1966
Chairman Mao Reviews a Mammoth March-Past of One and a Half Million Paraders
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17202&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 42, October 14, 1966

Comrade Lin Piao's Call to the Chinese People's Liberation Army
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18575&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 43, October 21, 1966
Mao Tse-tung's thought must be studied conscientiously and diligently
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17203&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 45, November 4, 1966    
Concluding Speech at Meeting in Commemoration of Lu Hsun by CHEN PO-TA
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17236&fpage=2
Great Meeting in Peking:In Memory of Lu Hsun, the Great Standard-Bearer on the Cultural Front,
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17235&fpage=2
Commemorating Lu Hsun—Our Forerunner in the Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17234&fpage=2
Victory for the Proletarian Revolutionary Line Represented by Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17233&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 46, November 11, 1966    
Chairman Mao Reviews Mighty Army Of the Cultural Revolution for The 6th Time
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17245&fpage=2
Comrade Mao Tse-tung's Message Of Greetings To the Fifth Congress of the Albanian Party of Labou
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18590
C.P.C. Central Committee Greets 25th Anniversary of Founding of Albanian Party of Labour
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18589
Comrade Lin Piao Writes Inscription for the 20th Anniversary Of the Naming of the "Mao Tse-tung
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18588
Comrade Lin Piao's Speech at Peking Mass Rally
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18587


Peking Review, No. 47, November 18, 1966    
Chairman Mao Reviews Mighty Cultural Revolutionary Contingents for the 7th Time
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17248

Peking Review, No. 48, November 25, 1966    
China's Peasants Advance Valiantly Along the Road Pointed Out by Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17249

Peking Review, No. 49, December 2, 1966
Chairman Mao Reviews a Total of 11 Million Of Mighty Cultural Revolutionary Army
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17250

Peking Review, No. 50, December 9, 1966, pp. 5-9    
Literature and Art Workers Hold Rally for Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, important speeches were made by Comrades Chou En-lai, Chen Po-ta and Chiang Ching.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17147&fpage=3
Literature and Art Workers Hold Rally for Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17251

Peking Review, No. 51, December 16, 1966
China's Literary and Art Workers Advance Firmly And Triumphantly Along the Road
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17255
SEIZE NEW VICTORIES
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17254
Paean to Mao Tse-tung's Thought From Overseas
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17253
A Letter to Our Most Respected and Beloved Leader Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17252

Peking Review 1967 — Vol. 10  



Peking Review, No. 1, January 1, 1967  

Young Revolutionary Fighters of Long March Detachments Gather to Exchange Experience
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=20924

Chairman Mao Praises the Reception Work Done For Revolutionary Youngsters
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=20923

CHINA SUCCESSFULLY CONDUCTS NEW NUCLEAR EXPLOSION
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=20922
    
Carry the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution Through to the End
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=20921

new
Welcome to Upsurge of Great Cultural Revolution in Industrial and Mining Enterprises
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=22237



Peking Review, No. 2, January 6, 1967

Maxims for Revolutionaries—The 'Three Constantly Read Articles"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17256

Study “Serve the People”   (Credits go to massline.org for the posting!)
http://wg1976.net/read.php?tid=23189

Peking Review, No. 3,January 13, 1967

Take Firm Hold of the Revolution, Promote Production and Utterly Smash the New Counter-Attack Launched by the Bourgeois Reactionary Line— Message to All Shanghai People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18493
Hold the Great Red Banner of Mao Tse-tung's Thought Still Higher, Bring the Mass Movement of Creatively Studying and Applying Chairman Mao's Works to a New Stage and Turn the P.L.A. Into a Truly Great School of Mao Tse-tung's Thought
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18563&fpage=2


Peking Review, No. 4,January 20, 1967

32 Shanghai Revolutionary Rebel Organizations Issue "Urgent Notice"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17278
Telegram Saluting Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17277
Letter Saluting Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17276
Message of Greetings to Revolutionary Rebel Organizations in Shanghai
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17275

Proletarian Revolutionaries, Unite!  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=22235
  NEW

Peking Review, No. 5, January 27, 1967
Proletarian Revolutionaries, Form a Great Alliance To Seize Power
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17298
Quotations From Chairman Mao Tse-tung On Opposing Economism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17297
The People's Liberation Army Firmly Backs The Proletarian Revolutionaries  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17296

Peking Review, No. 6, February 3, 1967    NEW!

ON CORRECTING MISTAKEN IDEAS IN THE PARTY
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=21589
On the Proletarian Revolutionaries' Struggle to Seize Power
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=21588


Peking Review, No. 7, February 10, 1967
All Power to the Red Rebels' Revolutionary Committee!  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17301
Proclamation of the Kweichou Proletarian Revolutionary Rebel General Headquarters
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19310

Peking Review, No. 8, February 17, 1967
IN MEMORY OF NORMAN BETHUNE
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17302
Study "In Memory of Norman Bethune"  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17303
Vice-Premier Lin Piao Greets South Vietnam Liberation Armed Forces Unification Day
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17304

Peking Review, No. 9, February 24, 1967
Fukien People and Armymen Smash a Fresh Counter-Attack by the Bourgeois Reactionary Line
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17324
Resolutely Defend the Correct Policy Of "Three-in-One" Combination
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17323
Letter From the CC Of the CCP To Poor and Lower-Middle Peasants and Cadres  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17322

Peking Review, No. 10,March 3, 1967
Cadres Must Be Treated Correctly
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17325&page=1&toread=1

Peking Review, No. 11, March 10, 1967
Re-open Classes and Make Revolution in Primary and Secondary Schools
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17333
Statement of the Chinese Foreign Ministry on The New Developments in the Vietnam Situation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17332
Tsingtao Revolutionary Committee's Call To the City's Proletarian Revolutionaries
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17331
A Good Form of the Great Alliance of Proletarian Revolutionaries
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17330
Alliances Based on Working Units Formed in Kweiyang Cotton Mill
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17329
Congress of Red Guards of Universities And Colleges in Peking Formed
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17328

Peking Review, No. 12, March 17, 1967
THE FOOLISH OLD MAN WHO REMOVED THE MOUNTAINS
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17334

On the Revolutionary "Three-in-One" Combination  NEW
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=22240



Peking Review, No. 13, March 24, 1967
Letter From the Central Committee Of the Chinese Communist Party
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17345
Successful Conference of Peking's Poor And Lower-Middle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17346
Peking Rally: Firm Support for the Vietnamese People To Completely Defeat U.S. Imperialism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17347
Let the Militia Play Its Full Role in the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17348

Peking Review, No. 14, March 31, 1967
Representative Conference of Peking Revolutionary Workers and Staff
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17349

Peking Review, No. 15, 7 April 1967

Patriotism or National Betrayal? --On the Reactionary Film Inside Story of the Ching Court
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18495&page=e&#a

Peking Review, No. 16, April 14, 1967
Fight for the Thorough Criticism and Repudiation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17363
Hold High the Proletarian Revolutionary Banner of Criticism and Repudiation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17362
The Nation's Revolutionary Masses Repudiate China's Khrushchov  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17361
SOVIET REVISIONISM'S "NEW SYSTEM" FOR ALL-ROUND CAPITALIST RESTORATION
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18574&fpage=2


Peking Review, No. 17, April 21, 1967
Hold High the Revolutionary Banner Of Criticism and Bring About a Revolutionary Great Alliance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17366
Evidence of the Crime of the No. 1 Party Person in Authority Taking the Capitalist Road
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17365
Top Party Person in Authority Taking the Capitalist Road Is Mortal Foe of Working Class
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17364

Peking Review, No. 18, April 28, 1967
Message Saluting Chairman Mao Tse-tung From the Rally to Found and Celebrate the Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17386
With the Guidance and Solicitous Concern of Chairman Mao Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee Established
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17387
In Memory of the Great Lenin, Down with Modern Revisionism!
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=13396&page=1&toread=1

Peking Review, No. 19, May 5, 1967
Only by Emancipating the Whole of Mankind Can the Proletariat Finally Emancipate Itself— In Celebration of "May 1” International Labour Day
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17407&page=1&toread=1

Peking Review, No. 20, May 12, 1967
Betrayal of Proletarian Dictatorship Is Essential Element in the Book on "Self-Cultivation"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17408
The Whole Country Must Be Turned Into a Great School of Mao Tse-tung's Thought
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17409

Peking Review, No. 21, May 19, 1967
Circular of Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17410

Peking Review, No. 22, May 26, 1967
TALKS AT THE YENAN FORUM ON LITERATURE AND ART
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17411

Peking Review, No. 23, June 2, 1967
Chairman Mao’s 5 Militant Documents on Literature And Art
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17416
Summary of the Forum on the Work in Literature And Art in the Armed Forces With Which Comrade Lm Piao Entrusted Comrade Chiang Ching
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17415

Peking Review, No. 24, June 9. 1967
A Great Strategic Measure
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17518
Chinese Government Statement: Firm Support for the Arab People's Fight
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17517
Premier Chou En-lai's Messages to Nasser, Atassi and Shukairy
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17516
Chi Pen-yu Condemns British Fascist Atrocities in Hongkong
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17515
Resolutely Repel British Imperialist Provocations
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17514

Peking Review, No. 25, June 16, 1967
Arab People, Unite, Make Sustained Efforts, and Fight Imperialism To the End!
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17520
We Firmly Stand by the Arab People: Mass Demonstrations in Peking and Other Cities
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17519

Peking Review, No. 26, June 23, 1967
CHINA'S FIRST HYDROGEN BOMB SUCCESSFULLY EXPLODED
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17522
ON THE CORRECT HANDLING OF CONTRADICTIONS AMONG THE PEOPLE
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17521

Peking Review, No. 27, June 30, 1967

Sino-Zambian Friendship: President Kaunda Visits China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18611
Premier Chou Reiterates: The U.N. Must Be Thoroughly Reorganized and Transformed
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18610
Premier Chou Condemns Soviet Revisionism's Big Global Gang-Up With U.S. Imperialism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18609    
Chairman Mao and Comrade Lin Piao See "On the Docks"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18608    
Chairman Mao and Vice-Chairman Lin Piao Receive President Kaunda
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18607
Prologue to Wider U.S.-Soviet "United Action"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18606
Joint Communique of the People's Republic of China and the Republic of Zambia
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18605

Peking Review, No. 28, July 7, 1967
"Quotations From Chairman Mao Tse-tung” Read All Over the World
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17524
Mao Tse-tung's Thought Illuminates The Road for Our Party's Victorious Advance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17525
Strongest and Most Serious Protest Against Burmese Government's Anti-Chinese Outrage
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18568&fpage=2


Peking Review, No, 29, July 14, 1967
The Military Government of Ne Win, the Chiang Kai-shek of Burma, Is Bound to Fail! The People Are Bound to Win!
— Speech by Thakin Ba Thein Tin, First Vice-Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Burma, at the July 5 Peking memorial rally for martyr Liu Yi
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17537
People's War Is Invincible
—Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Chinese people's War of Resistance Against Japan
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17538

Peking Review. No. 30, July 21, 1967
Always Follow Chairman Mao and Advance Amid Great Storms  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17540
Resuming Classes While Making Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17543
Down With the Peng Chen Counter-Revolutionary Revisionist Clique!  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17542
Brezhnev's Renegade Features Revealed More Clearly
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17541
Self-Criticism by the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Indonesian Communist Party
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17539

Peking Review, No. 31, July 28, 1967

Mass Pursuit of the Tottering Foe
—New Nationwide Upsurge in Mass Criticism of the Handful of Top Party Persons in Authority Taking the Capitalist Road
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17565&fpage=2
Carry Revolutionary Mass Criticism Through to the End
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17564&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 32, August 4, 1967

CHAIRMAN MAO TSE-TUNG ON PEOPLE'S WAR
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17571
LIN PIAO, LONG LIVE THE VICTORY OF PEOPLE'S WAR!
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17570&fpage=2

The Proletariat Must Take A Firm Hold of the Gun  NEW
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=22238  


Peking Review, No. 33, August 11, 1967

Bombard the Bourgeois Headquarters
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17574    
Completely Smash the Bourgeois Headquarters
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17573    
BOMBARD THE HEADQUARTERS—My Big-Character Poster
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17572    

Peking Review, No. 34, August 18. 1967    

Statement Supporting the Afro-Americans In Their Just Struggle Against Racial Discrimination by U.S.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17582    
Resolution of 8th Plenary Session of 8th Central Committee of C.P.C. Concerning the Anti-Party Clique Headed by Peng Teh-huai
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17581
Robert F. Williams on Martin Luther King.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=16883&fpage=5

Peking Review, No. 35, August 25. 1967    
Peng Teh-huai and His Behind-the-Scenes Boss Cannot Shirk Responsibility for Their Crimes
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17583

Peking Review, No. 36, September 1. 1967    

The Great Chinese P.L.A.-Reliable Pillar Of Our Proletarian Dictatorship and Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17587
P.L.A.'s New Contributions in Serving the People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17586
An Extremely Important Matter of Guiding Principle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17585
The Bankruptcy of China's "Devotee Of Parliamentarianism"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17584

Peking Review, No. 38, September 15, 1967

China Lodges Most Serious Protest Against Indian Reactionaries' Armed Aggression
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18615
Chinese Air Force Downs U.S.-Made U-2 Plane of Chiang Gang
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18614
Premier Chou Receives Acting Head of Mission of South Vietnam N.F.L
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18613&page=1&toread=1
Kang Sheng Receives Delegation Of French Communist Movement (M-L)
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18612
Comments on Tao Chu's Two Books by YAO WEN-YUAN
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19235

Peking Review, No. 39, September 22, 1967

Bring About the Revolutionary Great Alliance in the High Tide of Revolutionary Mass Criticism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17590
The Bourgeois Reactionary Line Means, in Essence, Taking the Capitalist Road
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17589    
Proletarian Revolutionaries Criticize and Repudiate Tao Chu
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17588

Peking Review, No. 40, September 29, 1967
    
Chairman Mao Inspects North, Central-South and East China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17601
Closely Follow Chairman Mao's Latest Instructions, Realize the Revolutionary Great Alliance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17600    
Alliance Under the Red Banner of Mao Tse-tung's Thought
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17599    
The Dictatorship of the Proletariat and That Renegade—China's Khrushchov
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17598    
We Don't Permit Our Socialist Enterprises to Be Led on to The Capitalist Path
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17597
Soviet Revisionism's Neo-Colonialist "Aid"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17494

Peking Review, No. 42, October 13, 1967

Great Leader Chairman Mao and Comrade Lin Piao Receive Friends From Albania, Vietnam and Luxemburg
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17608
A Great Revolution to Achieve the Complete Ascendancy of Mao Tse-tung's Thought
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17607
"Combat Self-interest, Criticize and Repudiate Revisionism" Is the Fundamental Principle of The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17606
"Combat Self-interest, Criticize and Repudiate Revisionism" Is the Fundamental Principle of The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18601

Peking Review, No. 43, October 13, October 20, 1967

(Credits go to massline.org for the postings!)

Peking Review: Contents Page Vol. 10, #43 October 20, 1967
http://wg1976.net/read.php?tid=23191

“To Criticize and Repudiate Revisionism, It is Essential to Combat Self-Interest”
http://wg1976.net/read.php?tid=23190

Peking Review, No. 44, October 27, 1967

Chairman Mao and Vice-Chairman Lin Receive Members of Japanese "Haguruma'' Theatre  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17614
New Foreign Language Editions of Selected Works Of Mao Tse-tung and Quotations From Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17613&fpage=2
Build Revolutionary Great Alliance on the Basis of Fields of Work
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17612&fpage=2
Implement Chairman Mao's Cadre Policy Correctly
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17611&fpage=2
Revolutionary Masses Pledge Advance in Line With Chairman Mao's Latest Instructions  
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17610&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 45, November 3, 1967

Creating a New, Proletarian Educational System
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17627
Chairman Mao's Latest Instruction on Cadres Acclaimed
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17626
Strong protest against reactionary Indonesian Government's suspension of diplomatic relations
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17625
Monstrous Crimes of Indonesian Reactionaries in Disrupting Relations Between China and Indonesia
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17624
Joint Communique of People's Republic of China and the Islamic Republic of Mauritania
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17623
Defending the Right to Spread Mao Tse-Tung's Thought
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17489

Peking Review, No. 46, November 10, 1967

Forward Along the Road Opened by the October Socialist Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19293
ADVANCE ALONG THE ROAD OPENED UP BY THE OCTODER SOCIALIST REVOLUTION
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19292
Lin Biao’s Speech at the Peking Rally Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the October Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19291
Peking Rally Commemorates 50th Anniversary of October Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19290

Peking Review, No. 47, November 17, 1967

Do a Good Job of Education on The Current Situation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17634
Some Tentative Programmes for Revolutionizing Education
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17633
Art Students Denounce Revisionist Educational Line
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17632
Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Burma
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17631
Chairman Mao Is the True Inheritor and Developer of Marxism-Leninism by E.F. Hill
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17630
Speech by N. Sanmugathasan, Member of the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Part
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17629

Peking Review, No. 48, November 24, 1967

Cadres Should Go Among the Masses
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17641
Warmly Supporting New Revolutionary Cadres
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17640
How Tongji University's Tentative Programme for Transforming Education Was Born
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17639


Basic Differences Between the Proletarian and Bourgeois Military Lines   NEW
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=22239
    


Peking Review, No. 49, December 1, 1967

Worldwide Study of Chairman Mao's Works Forms a Great Irresistible Current
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17642
Struggle Between the Two Roads in China's Countryside
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18509

Peking Review, No. 51, December 15, 1967

Resolution of the Political Bureau of the CC of the Communist Party of Burma on China's GPCR
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17646
Boundless Loyalty to Chairman Mao—The Highest Public Interest
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17645
Tientsin Revolutionary Committee Born In Revolutionary Storms
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17644
Founding of Tientsin Municipal Revolutionary Committee warmly acclaimed
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17643
Bankruptcy of "Peaceful Transition" Fraud: "Non-Congress Governments" —Instruments of Reactionary Rule in India
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18067&page=1&toread=1

Peking Review, No. 52, December 25, 1967

Celebrating 7th Anniversary of S.V.N.F.L.'s Founding
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17648
Greeting the 7th anniversary of the founding of the South Vietnam National Front for Liberation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17647


Peking Review 1968 — Vol. 11

Peking Review, No. 5, January 26, 1968
Irresistible Surging Tide of American People's Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17434

Peking Review, No. 10, 1 March 1968
Peking Meeting Commemorates Centennial of Birth of Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17433

Peking Review, No. 14, April 5, 1968
Revolutionary Committees Are Fine
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18585

Peking Review, No. 15, 12 April 1968 NEW

Tso Chia-fa —An Example of the Communist Spirit
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=22374



Peking Review, No. 16, 12 April 1968
Armed Violence Against Tyranny: Afro-American Struggle Batters U.S. Imperialism
(Only excerpt, the whole article please read the original journal)
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17442

Peking Review, No. 22, 31 May 1968
Statement of the Delegation of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Indonesia in commemoration of the 48 anniversary of the founding of the Party, May 23, 1968
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17472

Peking Review, No. 28, July 12, 1968

A Splendid New Page in French History
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17663&fpage=2
The great power of Revolutionary mass criticism and repudiation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17662&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 29, July 19, 1968

A Splendid Work of Art Born of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17664&fpage=2

Peking Review. No. 30, July 26, 1968
    
Hailing the publication of the Indonesian version of the Selected Military Writings of Mao Tse-tung
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17671&fpage=2
Peking Opera "The Red Lantern" Sung With Piano Accompaniment
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17673&fpage=2
Study Chairman Mao's New Contribution On Dialectics by Comrade V.G. Wilcox
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17672&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 31, August 2, 1968

Firm Pillar of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17674&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 32, August 9, 1968

Chairman Mao Sends Treasured Gift
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17676&fpage=2
Unite Under the Leadership of the Proletarian Headquarters Headed by Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17675&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 33, 16 August 1968 new

Mao Tse-tung's Thought Directs Us in Battle —How We Removed a 45-Kg. Tumour
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=22373



Peking Review, No. 34, August 23, 1968

Resolutely Take the Road of Integration With the Workers, Peasants and Soldiers
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17707&fpage=2
Premier Chou En-lai's Important Speech at Rumania's National Day Reception
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17706&fpage=2
Total Bankruptcy of Soviet Modern Revisionism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17705&fpage=2
Soviet Revisionist Renegade Clique Blatantly Sends Troops to Occupy Czechoslovakia
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17704&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 35, August 30, 1968

The Working Class Must Exercise Leadership In Everything by YAO WEN-YUAN
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17718&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 36, September 6, 1968
    
SERVE THE PEOPLE
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17721&fpage=2    
Premier Chou En-lai Makes Important Speech
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17720&fpage=2
Deal Made at Bayonet Point
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17719&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 37, September 13, 1968

Long Live the Ail-Round Victory in the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution!
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17725&fpage=2
Peking Rally of Armymen and Civilians Warmly Celebrates Founding of Revolutionary Committees All Over China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17724&fpage=2
At Peking Rally of Revolutionary Masses Premier Chou En-lai's Speech
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17723&fpage=2
At Peking Rally of Revolutionary Masses Comrade Chiang Ching's Speech
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17722&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 38, September 20, 1968

Chairman Mao's Important Inscription for Japanese Worker Friends
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17727&fpage=2
Compass for the Victory of the Revolutionary People of All Countries
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17726&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 39, September 27, 1968

Implementation of Chairman Mao's Instructions Means Victory
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17730&fpage=2
Vigorously Foster the Three Essential Aspects of The Party's Style of Work
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17729&fpage=2
Courageous and Resolute Revolutionary Action
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17728&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 42, October 18, 1968    
    
Peking Working Class Plays Leading Role in Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17732
Old and New Cadres on Taking Part in Collective Productive Labour
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17731

Peking Review, No. 43, October 25. 1968

Comrade Hoxha's Three Important Speeches Published In China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17736
China's Autumn Export Commodities Fair Opens in Kwangchow
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17735
Absorb Fresh Blood From the Proletariat—An Important Question in Party Consolidation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17734    
Diabolical Social-Imperialist Face of the Soviet Revisionist Renegade Clique
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17733

The following articles from Peking Review, No. 43, October 25. 1968 are transcribed by www.massline.org. Many thanks to them!

    *  Contents
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19231
    * “A Leaflet Issued by the ‘Stalin Group’ in the Soviet Union”. [An anti-revisionist, dissident group.]
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19230
    * “Reports by Western News Agencies: Vietnam-U.S. ‘Paris Talks’ Enter ‘Delicate Stage’”.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19224
    * “Great Cultural Revolution in Progress: Workers’ Mao Tse-tung’s Thought Propaganda Teams in Colleges and Schools”. Includes a telling episode about a student who, under the sway of revisionist ideology, threw away her worker’s clothes when she graduated, and the struggle that developed because of this.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19225
    * “Under the Leadership of the Working Class: The Shanghai No. 3 Iron and Steel Works Forges Ahead in Production”. Shows how the GPCR overall promoted production rather than harming it (as is often claimed in the West).
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19226
    * “Unprecedentedly Excellent Situation in China’s Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution”. A summary to date of the GPCR, focusing on the new “three-in-one” revolutionary committees.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19227
    * “Tremendous International Significance of Mao Tse-tung’s Thought”, excerpts from an article by Comrade Sanmugathasan, General Secretary of the Ceylon Communist Party.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19228
    * “Give Priority to the Study of Mao Tse-tung’s Thought” — New Zealand C. P. organ calls on members of the Party to earnestly study Chairman Mao’s brilliant works — the “three constantly read articles”.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19229
Mexican Marxist-Leninist Movement Calls on Workers to Support Student Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19440
SOVIET REVISIONIST RENEGADE CLIQUE:Shedding the Mask
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19439
Mozambique People’s Armed Forces Grow in Strength
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19438
Organ of the Communist Party of Brazil Hails China’s National Day
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19437
Japanese People’s Revolution: Irresistible Torrent. About mass opposition to U.S. imperialism in Japan.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19642
Thai People’s Armed Forces: New Victories
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19643
# Across the Land
* “China Makes Its First Diesel Hydraulic Locomotives”.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19644
* “China’s First Heavy-Medium Iron Ore Dressing Plant”.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19645
* “New 100,000-Kilowatt Thermal Power Generator Unit in Operation”.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19646

Peking Review, No. 44, November 1, 1968

Contents
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Communique of the Enlarged 12th Plenary Session of the Eighth Central Committee Of the CCP
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17739
A New-Type School Where Theory Accords With Practice
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17738
Peasant - College Student - Peasant—Peasant-Intellectual Li Wan-his
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17737

The following articles from Peking Review No. 44, November 1, 1968 are transcribed by www.massline.org. Many thanks to them!

Unprecedentedly Excellent Situation in China’s Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19651
Zambian Charge d’Affaires Gives National Day Reception
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19650
Commemorating 18th Anniversary of War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19649
Quotations From Chairman Mao Tse-tung
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=19648

Peking Review, No. 45, November 8, 1968
    
The Nation Hails the Publication of the Communique Of the Enlarged 12th Plenary Session of the Eighth Central Committee of the Party
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17741
Great Historic Event for the Chinese People, for the Cause of Revolution and Socialism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17740

Peking Review, No. 46, November 15, 1968

The Nation Launches Angry Tide Denouncing Arch Renegade Liu Shao-chi's Crimes
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17742

Peking Review, No. 47, November 22, 1968

Comrade E.F. Hill Arrives in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17748
Premier Chou En-lai Receives Albanian Government Economic Delegation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17747
China's 1968 Autumn Export Commodities Fair Closes Successfully
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17746
Strong Protest Against Indian's Intensified Efforts to Create "Two Chinas"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17745
Big Scab Liu Shao-chi's Attempt to Turn History Upside Down Is Absolutely Intolerable
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17744
We Are Witnesses of History
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17743

Peking Review, No. 48, November 29, 1968
    
REPORT TO THE SECOND PLENARY SESSION OF THE SEVENTH CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE CCP
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17749

Peking Review, No, 51, December 20. 1968

"Indigenous Experts" and the Revolution in Agricultural Education
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17751
Nation's Revolutionary People Discuss Revolution in Rural Education
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17750

Peking Review, No. 52, December 27, 1968

"We Also Have a Pair of Hands and Do Not Want To Lead an Idle Life in the City!"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17753


Peking Review 1969 — Vol. 12

Peking Review, No. 1, January 3, 1969

CHINA SUCCESSFULLY CONDUCTS NEW HYDROGEN BOMB TEST
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17770
Nation Hails Success of China's New Hydrogen Bomb Test
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17769
Chairman Mao, Vice-chairman Lin and Premier Chou Receive Messages Warmly Greeting Success Of China's New Hydrogen Bomb Test
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17768
Place Mao Tse-tung's Thought in Command Of Everything--1969 New Year Editorial by "Renmin Ribao," "Hongqi" and "Jiefangjun Bao"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17771

Peking Review, No. 2, January 10, 1969

Unprecedented Popularization of Mao Tse-tung's Thought Among 700 Million People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17777&fpage=4
Warm Congratulations on China's Successful New Hydrogen Bomb Test
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17776&fpage=4
China Is the Impregnable Bastion of Socialism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17775&fpage=4
Tremendous Victories of China's Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution Praised
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17774&fpage=4
Laotian Patriotic Armed Forces and People Win New Victories
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17773&fpage=4
Arab People Are Not to Be Bullied
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17772&fpage=4

Peking Review, No. 3, January 17, 1969

5th Anniversary of Zanzibar Revolution Celebrated
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17781&fpage=3
Reactionary Indian Government Cannot Evade Responsibility For Anti-China Outrage
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17780&fpage=4
A Co-operative Medical Service Greatly Welcomed By Poor and Lower-Middle Peasants
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17779&fpage=4
Albania Marches Forward On the Road of Revolutionization
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17778&fpage=4

Peking Review, No.4, January 24, 1969
    
A New-Type Store Welcomed by Workers, Peasants and Soldiers
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17784&fpage=3
Always a Fighting Force
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17783&fpage=3
Educated Youth Advance Along the Road of Revolutionization
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17782&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 6, February 7, 1969

Growth of a Contingent of Rural Technicians in Water Conservancy and Power Generating
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17786&fpage=3
A County Revolutionary Committee Having Close Ties With the Masses
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17785&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 7, February 14, 1969

A School Managed by Workers and Linked Up With a People's Commune and a P.L.A. Unit
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17787&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 8, February 21, 1969

How to Look at Intellectuals Correctly
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17789&fpage=3
Transforming Towns in Socialist Direction
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17788&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 9, February 28, 1969

Conferring of Titles of Honour on a Company and Ten Martyrs of the P.L.A.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17792&fpage=3
Grasp Revolution, Promote Production and Win New Victories on the Industrial Front
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17791&fpage=3
Nation's Armymen and Civilians Celebrate Revolutionized Spring Festival
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17790&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 11, March 14, 1969

Angry Condemnation by Patriotic Compatriots in Hongkong and Macao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18573&fpage=2
Soviet Revisionist Renegade Clique Openly Directs Ruffians to Assault the Chinese Embassy
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18572&fpage=2    
Chinese Embassy in Soviet Union Lodges Strong Protest
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18571&fpage=2
Soviet Revisionist Renegade Clique Can Only Be Digging Its Own Grave in Rabidly Opposing China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18570&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 12, March 21, 1969

On Summing Up Experience
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17801&fpage=3
Chinese Government Lodges Strong Protests With Soviet Government
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17800&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 14, April 4, 1969
    
Press Communique of the Secretariat of the Presidium of the Ninth National Congress Of the CPC
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17802&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 15, April 11, 1969

CHAIRMAN MAO TSE-TUNG ON PARTY BUILDING
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17804&fpage=3
The Nation Warmly Celebrates Opening Of Party's Ninth National Congress
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17803&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 16, April 18, 1969

Press Communique of the Secretariat Of the Presidium of the Ninth National Congress of the CPC
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17805&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 20, May 16, 1969

The State Council Greets and Expresses Admiration for Unyielding Czechoslovak People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17811&fpage=3
Chinese Refutes Soviet Slander And Proposes Convening of 15th Regular Meeting in Mid June
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17810&fpage=3
The Theory of "International Dictatorship" Is A Gangster Theory of Social-Imperialism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17809&fpage=3
The "May 7 Directive" Lights the Way
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17808&fpage=3
Always Courageously Advance Along Chairman Mao's Revolutionary Line In Literature and Art
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17807&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 22, May 30, 1969

Hsinhua News Agency's Note on Release of the Soviet Government's March 29 Statement
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18592
Statement of the Government of the People's Republic of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18591


Peking Review. No. 23, June 6, 1969

Working Class Triumphantly Leading the Struggle-Criticism-Transformation In the Superstructure
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17812&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 24, June 13, 1969

Hold Aloft the Banner of Unity of the Party's Ninth Congress and Win Still Greater Victories
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17815&fpage=2
Serve the People Heart and Soul
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17814&page=1&toread=1
Resolutely Taking the Road of Maintaining Independence and Keeping the Initiative in Our Own Hands and Relying on Our Own Efforts
—Refuting Liu Shao-chi's Slavish Comprador Philosophy and His Doctrine Of Trailing Behind at a Snail's Pace
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17813&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 25, June 20, 1969

Peking Review, No. 25,June 20, 1969 Contents
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17823&fpage=2
Loyang Tractor Plant Advances Along the Road of Self-Reliance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17832&fpage=2
Premier Chou En-lai Sends Message to President Huynh Tan Phat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17822&fpage=2
Premier Chou En-Ioi Receives Nguyen Van Quang, Head of Permanent Mission of South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation in China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17821&fpage=2
Premier Chou En-lai Receives Ngo Minh Loan, Ambassador of Democratic Republic of Viet Nam
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17820&fpage=2
To Be a Revolutionary Health Fighter Boundlessly Loyal to Chairman Mao — Chao Pu-yu
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17819&fpage=2
A Heart-Stirring Performance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17818&fpage=2
A Song of Victory for the Great Revolutionary Unity
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17836&fpage=2
Fearing Neither Hardship Nor Death — Spiritual A-Bomb for Burying Imperialism, Revisionism and Reaction
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17835&fpage=2
Soviet Revisionists' "Economic Integration" Ex-posed —Yao Lo
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17834&fpage=2
Rampant Counter-Revolutionary Acts by Soviet Revisionism in Latin America
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17833&fpage=2
Unfold a People's War to Overthrow Pro-U.S. Dictatorial Regime
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17831&fpage=2
U.S.-Led Imperialism in Deeper Financial and Economic Crises
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17830&fpage=2

THE WEEK
New Tsars Condemned for Fresh Anti-China Atrocities
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17829&fpage=2
Nepalese Ambassador to China Gives Reception
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17828&fpage=2
ROUND THE WORLD
People's Movement in Europe Rolls On
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17827&fpage=2
U.S. IMPERIALISM AND JAPANESE REACTIONARIES Stepped-Up Military Collaboration
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17826&fpage=2
"ASPAC" Hatching New Anti-China Plot
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17825&fpage=2
ACROSS THE LAND
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17824&fpage=2

Peking Review. No. 26, June 27, 1969

Strengthen Revolutionary Unity to Win Still Greater Victories
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17839&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 27, July 4, 1969

Long Live the Communist Party of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17842&fpage=2
Wang Ping-wen, Outstanding Communist In Defence of Chairman Mao's Revolutionary Line
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17843&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 28, July 11, 1969

A Party Branch Full of Vitality
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17844&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 29, July 18, 1969

Hail China's Renminbi, One of the Few Exceptionally Stable Currencies in the World
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17845&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 30, July 25, 1969

Politics Is in Command of Economics, Revolution Is in Command of Production
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17846&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 31, August 1, 1969

Anniversary of Entry of Working Class Into Realm of Superstructure
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17848&fpage=2
Ranks of Engineering and Technical Personnel in Shanghai Machine Tools Plant Are Growing
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17847&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 32, August 6, 1969

The People's Army Is Invincible
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17849&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 34 , August 22, 1969

Soviet Revisionist Renegades' "Communist Christianity" Shows How Degenerate They Have Become
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17438

Peking Review, No. 35, August 29, 1969

Advancing in the Direction Pointed Out by Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17850&fpage=2
Firmly Grasp Revolutionary Mass Criticism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17851

Peking Review, No. 36, September 3, 1969

Comments on Stanislavsky's "System"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17858
Long Live the Revolutionary Spirit of Fearing Neither Hardship Nor Death!—Stories about the diving squadron of Naval Unit 4005 of the Chinese People's Liberation Army
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17859
Chairman Mao, Vice-Chairman Lin, Premier Chou Warmly Greet 24th Anniversary of D.R.V.N. Independence
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17860
U.S. Imperialism Steps Up Ruthless Plunder and Exploitation of Latin American People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=10821&keyword=Steps%20Up

Peking Review, No.38, September 19, 1969

From Bernstein to Liu Shao-chi
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17862
The Essence of "Theory of Productive Forces" Is to Oppose Proletarian Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=10822&page=1&toread=1

Peking Review, No. 39, September 26, 1969

CHAIRMAN MAO ON CONTINUING THE REVOLUTION UNDER THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLETARIAT
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17863

Peking Review, No. 43, October 24, 1969

China's Road of Socialist Industrialization
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17864

Peking Review, No 45, November 7, 1969

Be a Vanguard in Continuing the Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17865
    
Peking Review, No 46, November 14, 1969
    
Pay Attention to Methods of Work
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17866    

Peking Review, No. 47, November 21, 1969
    
Delegation of Communist Party Of Poland Concludes Visit in China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17870    
Albanian People's Army Art Troupe Arrives in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17869    
China's 1969 Autumn Export Commodities Fair Closes
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17868
Mao Tsetung Thought Guides Us in Conquering Nature
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17867

Peking Review, No. 48, November 28, 1969
    
Cadres Should Persist in Taking Part in Collective Productive Labour
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17872
Infinite Might of Chairman Mao's Thinking on People's War
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17871

Peking Review, Nos. 51-52, December 26, 1969

It Is Essential to Grasp the "Four Goods" Firmly
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17873


Peking Review 1970— Vol. 13

Peking Review, No. 1, January 2, 1970

Usher In the Great 1970's
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17879
New Upsurge in Peking's Mass Movement To Study and Apply Mao Tsetung Thought in a Living Way
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17878
Revolutionary Committees Are Forging Ahead
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17877    
An investigation report on Party consolidation and Party building in Peking Hsinhua Printing House
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17876

Peking Review, No. 2, January 9, 1970

Closely Follow Chairman Mao to Win Still Greater Victories!
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17898&fpage=13
China's Industrial and Communication Fronts Report Outstanding Achievements on First Day of 1970
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17897&fpage=13
Continuing the Struggle to Consolidate The Dictatorship of the Proletariat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17896&fpage=13  

Peking Review, No. 3,January 16, 1970

Praise for Self-Reliance and Hard Struggle In Building a Plant
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17902&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 4,January 23, 1970

Continue to Carry Forward the Revolutionary Spirit of Fearing Neither Hardship Nor Death
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17904&fpage=13
Shining Model for Educated Youth
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17903&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 5,January 30, 1970

20th anniversary of establishment of Viet Nam-China diplomatic relations warmly celebrated
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17917&page=1&toread=1
Delegation of French Marxist-Leninist Communists Leaves China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17916&page=1&toread=1
Conscientiously Study Chairman Mao's Theory Of Continuing the Revolution Under the Dictatorship of the Proletariat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17915&page=1&toread=1
Vigorous Vanguard Fighters
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17914&page=1&toread=1

Peking Review, No. 6, February 6, 1970

Chairman Mao's Thinking on People's War and Strengthen the Building Of the Militia
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17921&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 8, February 20, 1970

Mao Tsetung Thought Inspires Us Forward
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17925&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 9, February 27. 1910

Chairman Mao's Military Thinking Is the Magic Weapon in Defeating the Enemy
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17928&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 11, March 13, 1970

Consult the Masses to Win Another Rich Harvest
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17930&fpage=13
A Red Banner in Learning From Tachai In Agriculture
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17929&fpage=13

Peking Review, No, 12, March 20, 1970

Raise China's Cotton Production to A Still Higher Level Through Self-Reliance and Hard Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17945&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 13, March 27, 1970

Chinese Vice-Foreign Minister Chi Peng-fei Receives Diplomatic Envoys From Arab Countries
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18619    
Pakistan Ambassador Gives National Day Reception
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18618    
Delegation of Palestine National Liberation Movement (Fateh) Arrives in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18617    
Cambodian Head of State Samdech Norodom Sihanouk Arrives in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18616

Peking Review, No. 14, April 3, 1970

Advance From Victory to Still Greater Victory Along the Course Charted by Ninth National Congress
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17948&fpage=13
The Nation Warmly Celebrates the First Anniversary of the Ninth Party Congress
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17947&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 15, April 10, 1970

Joint Communique of the Government Of China and The Government of Korea
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18620
Speech by Premier Kim II Sung At the Banquet
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18622
Premier Chou En-lai Pays Friendship Visit To Korea
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18621

Peking Review, No. 16, April 17, 1970

Constitution of Anshan Iron and Steel Company Spurs Revolution And Production
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17950&fpage=13
C.P.C. CC Sends Message of Condolence to Albanian Party of Labour CC on Death of Comrade Gogo Nushi
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17949&fpage=13


Peking Review, No. 21,May 22, 1970    

Central Committee of C.P.C. Sends Message to Central Committee of Viet Nam Workers' Party
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17966&fpage=13
"Learning Industrial Production" in a City Middle School
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17965&fpage=13
Special Message of N.Sihanouk to the People's Forces and Royal Forces Of National Liberation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17964&fpage=13
Cambodian Head of State Samdech Norodom Sihanouk Meets Le Duan
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17963&fpage=13
Statement by Command of Cambodian National Liberation Army
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17962&fpage=13
Statement of Samdech Norodom Sihanouk, Head of State of Cambodia
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17961&fpage=13
Royal Government of National Union of Cambodia Strongly Condemns Asian Conference on Cambodia
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17960&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 22, May 29, 1970    
Mammoth Rallies and Demonstrations Held Throughout China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17971&fpage=13
C.C.P. C.C.'s Message to Indonesian Communist Party Central Committee
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17970&fpage=13
Comrades Ton Due Thang and Le Duan Send Message to Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17969&fpage=13
President Nguyen Huu Tho and President Huynh Tan Phat Send Message to Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17968&fpage=13
World's People Warmly Acclaim Chairman Mao's Solemn Statement
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17967&fpage=13

Peking Review, No.23, June 5, 1970
World's People Warmly Acclaim Chairman Mao's Solemn Statement
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17983&fpage=13
More Than 400 Million in China Demonstrate to Support Great Leader Chairman Mao's Solemn Statement
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17982&fpage=13
Prince Souphanouvong Sends Message to Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17981&fpage=13
Comrade Hoxha Makes Important Speech On Domestic and International Situation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17980&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 24, June 12, 1970
Always Marching Along the Road of Serving the Workers, Peasants And Soldiers
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17988&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 35, August 28, 1970    

The heroic exploits of the Nanpao Production Brigade in defeating a flood
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17989&fpage=13

Peking Review, No. 38, September 18, 1970
The Nation Hails Publication of Communique of Second Plenary Session of Party's Ninth CC
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17993&fpage=12
People of Asia, Africa & Latin America Will Certainly Win Against Imperialism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17992&fpage=12    
Comment on Soviet-West German Treaty
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17991&fpage=12
Peking Review, No. 35, August 28, 1970
Chairman Mao, Vice-Chairman Lin and Premier Chou Send Message To Comrades Ceausescu and Maurer
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17990&fpage=12


Peking Review, No. 39,September 25, 1970    
Statement of the Government of the People's Republic of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18024&fpage=12    
Excellent Situation on China's Industrial and Agricultural Fronts
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18023&fpage=12
Market Brisk, Prices Stable—Excellent situation on China's commercial front
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18022&fpage=12

Peking Review, No. 40, September 30, 1970    
Hailing the workers, peasants and soldiers entering the new-type socialist universities
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18026&fpage=12
A New Socialist Village Grows Amidst Struggles
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18025&fpage=12

Peking Review, No. 43, October 23, 1970
People Armed With Mao Tsetung Thought Are Always Victorious
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18029&fpage=12
Cambodian Head of State Samdech Sihanouk Writes to Premier Chou En-lai
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18028&fpage=12
Premier Chou En-lai Sends Message to Prince Souphanouvong
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18027&fpage=12

Peking Review, No. 45, November 6, 1970
Message of Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party to Fifth Congress of Korean Workers' Party
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18032&fpage=12
Conscientiously Study Chairman Mao's Philosophical Works
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18031&fpage=12
Advancing Victoriously Along Chairman Mao's Proletarian Line on Army Building
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18030&fpage=12

Peking Review, No. 52, December 25, 1970    
Greeting the 10th anniversary of the founding of the South Viet Nam National for Liberation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18035&fpage=12    
Tenth Anniversary of Founding of South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation Celebrated
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18034&fpage=12
At the Celebration Rally Speech by Comrade Yao Wen-yuan
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18033&fpage=12


Peking Review 1971 — Vol. 14

Peking Review, No. 1, January 1, 1971    
Advance Victoriously Along Chairman Mao's Revolutionary Line
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18038&fpage=12

Peking Review, No. 2, January 8, 1971
China Reaps Rich Harvest in 1970
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18057&fpage=12

Peking Review, No. 3, January 15, 1971    
Premier Chou sends message to Prince Souphanouvong
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18065&fpage=12
Celebrating 25th Anniversary of Founding of People's Republic Of Albania
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18064&fpage=12
Premier Chou Sends Message To Comrade Shehu
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18063&fpage=12
Burmese Ambassador to China Gives Reception
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18062&fpage=12
Chinese Table Tennis Team Returns From Albania Visit
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18061&fpage=12
Comrades Le Duan and Pham Van Dong Send Message to Chairman Mao, Vice-Chairman Lin And Premier Chou
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18060&fpage=12
New Chapter in China-Chile Relations
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18059&fpage=12    
Worker-Teachers in Tsinghua University
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18058&fpage=12


Peking Review, No. 4, January 22, 1971    

Shanghai’s New Municipal Party Committee Elected
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18071&fpage=11
Premier Chou Meets Japanese Friends
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18069&fpage=11
Struggle in Philosophy and Class Struggle—Three major struggles on China's philosophical front
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18069&fpage=11
1970 In Review: Water Conservancy Construction Advances Swiftly
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18068&fpage=11

Peking Review, No. 6, February 5, 1971

Victory for Chairman Mao's Line on Party Building
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18074&fpage=11

Peking Review, No. 9, February 26, 1971
Study Conscientiously for the Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18075&fpage=11

Peking Review, No. 10, March 5, 1971    
Strengthen the Party's Democratic Centralism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18088&fpage=11

Peking Review, No. 16, April 16, 1971    
What Are Indian Expansionists Trying to Do?
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18090&fpage=11
Revolution Means Solving Contradictions
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18089&fpage=11

Peking Review Vol. 14, no. 17, 23 April 1971, 6-11.
Theory of "Combine Two into One" is a Reactionary Philosophy for Restoring Capitalism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18072&fpage=11


Peking Review, No. 19, May 7, 1971
Long Live the Great Unity of the People of the World!
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18092&fpage=11
Salute Heroic Palestinian People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18091&fpage=11


Peking Review, No. 20, May 14, 1971
Chinese Communist Party C.C. Greets 50th Anniversary of Romanian Communist Party
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18099&fpage=11
Viet Nam Workers' Party Delegation Leaves For Home
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18098&fpage=11    
The Road to Revolutionization—Commemorating the 5th anni. of Chairman Mao's May 7 Directive
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18097&fpage=11
Premier Chou En-lai Sends Message to Samdech Penn Nouth
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18096&fpage=11
Warm Congratulations and Resolute Support
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18095&fpage=11
PRC and Republic of San Marino on Establishment of Official Relations at Consular Level
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18094&fpage=11
Hail the Establishment of Official Relations At Consular Level Between China and San Marino
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18093&fpage=11

Peking Review, No. 21, May 21, 1971    
A Programme for Anti-Imperialist Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18101&fpage=11
Counter-Revolutionary Features of Wang Ming, Liu Shao-chi and Chou Yang
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18100&fpage=11


Peking Review, No. 22, May 28, 1971
Sharp Weapon for Criticizing Idealism—A study of "Preface and Postscript to Rural Surveys
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18102&fpage=11


Peking Review, No. 26, June 25, 1971
A Dirty Deal, a Despicable Fraud
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18104&fpage=11
Blueprint of Japanese Militarism to Step Up Arms Expansion and War Preparations
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18103&fpage=11

Peking Review, No. 31, July 30, 1971
Resolute Support for the Palestinian People's CounterBlows at Attacks by Jordanian Reactionaries
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18106&fpage=11
U.S. Imperialism, Arch-Criminal in Suppressing Palestinian Guerrillas
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18105&fpage=11


Peking Review, No. 33, August 13, 1971    
China Creates Acupunctural Anaesthesia
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18107&fpage=11

Peking Review, No. 35, August 27, 1971, P.10-13.
Unite the People, Defeat the Enemy—A study of "On Policy"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18602

    
Peking Review, No. 36, September 3, 1971    
Albanian Agricultural Delegation Visits China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18113&fpage=10    
Premier Chou Meets Chilean Friends
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18112&fpage=10
Protest Against Uganda Government's Lies
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18111&fpage=10
Our Party Is Advancing Vigorously
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18110&fpage=10
New Party Committees Established
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18109&fpage=11
Smash U.S. Imperialists' Military Adventure of Aggression in Laos
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18108&fpage=11

Peking Review, No. 39, September 24, 1971    
Japanese Militarism Not Allowed to Take Old Road of Aggression
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18117&fpage=10
Japanese People's Anti-U.S. Patriotic Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18116&fpage=10
For Your Reference: "September 18 Incident"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18115&fpage=10
Korean People's Just Struggle Bound to Win
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18114&fpage=10


Peking Review, No. 47, November 19, 1971    
1971 Autumn Fair Ends
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18123&fpage=10    
Joint Communique on Establishment of Diplomatic Relations Between China and Lebanon
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18122&fpage=10
Joint Communique on Establishment of Diplomatic Relations Between China and Rwanda
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18121&fpage=10
Speech by Chiao Kuan-hua, Chairman of Delegation Of People's Republic of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18120&fpage=10    
Chiao Kuan-hua's Statement at New York Airport
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18119&fpage=10
Chinese Delegation at 26th Session of U.N. General Assembly
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18118&fpage=10

Peking Review, No. 48, November 26, 1971    
Tsaidam — A Rising Industrial Base
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18124&fpage=10
    
Peking Review, No. 49, December 3, 1971
U.N. Debate on Disarmament: Chiao Kuan hua Explains Chinese Government's Principled Stand
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18125&fpage=10


Peking Review, No. 50, December 10, 1971
    
Draft Resolution on India's Aggression on Pakistan Submitted by Huang Hua
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18599
Huang Hua Condemns Soviet Union for Supporting Indian Aggression
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18598
Huang Hua Denounces Indian Government for Its Aggression Against Pakistan
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18597    
Most Absurd Logic, Flagrant Aggression
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18596    
Soviet Revisionists and Tension on the Subcontinent
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18595    
Indian Reactionaries Launch Armed Aggression Against Pakistan
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18594
Refuting the TASS Statement
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18593

Peking Review, No. 51, December 17, 1971
A Just Cause Enjoys Abundant Support While An Unjust Cause Finds Little Support
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18134&fpage=10
Tanganyika's Independence Anniversary Saluted
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18133&fpage=10
China Recognizes United Arab Emirates
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18132&fpage=10
Albanian Journalists' Delegation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18131&fpage=10    
Joint Communique on Establishment of Diplomatic Relations Between China and Senegal
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18130&fpage=10
Joint Communique on Establishment of Diplomatic Relations Between China and Iceland
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18129&fpage=10
Strengthen the Proletarian Party Spirit
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18128&fpage=10
At U.N. General Assembly Chiao Kuan-hua's Speech on Middle East Question
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18127&fpage=10


Peking Review, No. 52, December 24, 1971
Bad Things Turned Into Good Things
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18136&fpage=10
At Banquet Welcoming the Sudanese Delegation Speech by Premier Chou En-lai
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18135&fpage=10

Peking Review, No. 53, December 31, 1971
Comment on 26th Session of U.N. General Assembly
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18138&fpage=10    
Report From Taching Oilfield: A New Type of Industrial and Mining Area
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18137&fpage=10


Peking Review 1972 — Vol. 15


Peking Review, No. 2, January 14, 1972    
New Leap in China's National Economy
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18139&fpage=10
U.S.-Soviet Scramble for Hegemony in South Asian Subcontinent and Indian Ocean
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18603


Peking Review, No. 3,January 21, 1972    
Great Lao Victories Greeted
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18159&fpage=9
China and Cyprus Establish Diplomatic Relations
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18158&fpage=9
Big Increases in Crude Oil
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18157&fpage=9
Messages of Condolences on Comrade Chen Yi's Death
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18156&fpage=9
Agricultural and Livestock Scientific Research In Tibet
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18155&fpage=9
NEWS BRIEFS
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18154&fpage=9
Refuting Y.A. Malik
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18153&fpage=9
Coal Supply From North to South Changing
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18152&fpage=10

Peking Review, No. 4, January 28, 1972
Premier Chou and Other Comrades Meet Japanese Friends
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18166&fpage=9
Chou En-lai and Other Comrades See Japanese Theatrical Performance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18165&fpage=9
French Delegation in China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18164&fpage=9
Sino-Vietnamese Protocol Signed
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18163&fpage=9
6,000 H.P. Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18162&fpage=9
NEWS BRIEFS
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18161&fpage=9
1205 Team Drills Over 127,000 Metres
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18160&fpage=9


Peking Review, No. 6, February 11, 1972    
Premier Chou Meets Ambassador Nguyen Van Quang and Charge d'Affaires a.i. Nguyen Tien
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18175&fpage=9
Congratulations to Nepalese King Birendra
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18174&fpage=9
Condolences on Death of Nepalese King Mahendra
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18173&fpage=9    
American Friends Received
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18172&fpage=9
Chilean Friends in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18171&fpage=9
Big Dinosaur Fossil Discovered
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18170&fpage=9
Economizing on Raw Materials
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18169&fpage=9
NEWS BRIEFS
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18168&fpage=9
Statement of the Government of the People's Republic of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18167&fpage=9

Peking Review, No. 9, March 3, 1972

Resumption of Diplomatic Relations Between China And Ghana
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18555&fpage=2
Diplomatic Relations Established Between China And Malta
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18554&fpage=2
China's January Industrial Production Rises
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18553&fpage=2
NEWS BRIEFS
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18556&fpage=2
President Nixon Concludes Visit to China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18558&fpage=2
Joint Communique
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18557&fpage=2


Peking Review Vol 15, No. 12, March 24, 1972
Government of People's Republic of China Gives Grand Banquet
--Celebrating Second Anniversary of coming to China of Samdech And Madame Sihanouk, Prime Minister and Madame Penn Nouth And Founding of N.U.F.C. and P.A.F.N.L.C.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=11039&page=1&toread=1


Peking Review  V.15, No. 14, 7 April 1972, 10.

Peking Pays Last Respects to Comrade Hsieh Fu-chih
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18176&fpage=9
U.S. Aggressors Pretend to Be Kind-Hearted
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17490

Peking Review, No. 21, May 26, 1972    
Adherence to Chairman Mao's Revolutionary Line Means Victory
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18179&fpage=9

Peking Review 1973 — Vol. 16

Peking Review, No. 27, July 6, 1973
New Party Members — A Dynamic Force
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18196&fpage=9
On reading Selected Poems of Eugene Pottier
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18195&fpage=9


Peking Review, No. 29, July 20, 1973    
Economic Development and Environmental Protection
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18197&fpage=9

Peking Review, No. 30, July 27, 1973    
“May 7" Cadre Schools Must Be Run Well
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18199&fpage=8
Socialist Industry: The Masses Innovate (II)
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18198&fpage=9

Peking Review, No. 33, August 17, 1973
China's General Principle for Developing the National Economy
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18201&fpage=8    
Shouldering Heavy Duties for the Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18200&fpage=8


Peking Review, No. 34, August 24, 1973    
Attach Importance to the Revolution in the Superstructure
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18203&fpage=8
August 15, 1973: Day of Great Victory for the Cambodian People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18202&fpage=8


Peking Review, Nos. 35-36, September 7, 1973    
LIST OF THE 319 MEMBERS AND ALTERNATE MEMBERS OF THE TENTH CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE CCP
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18207&fpage=8
LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE PRESIDIUM OF THE TENTH NATIONAL CONGRESS OF CCP
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18206&fpage=8
PRESS COMMUNIQUE OF THE FIRST PLENARY SESSION OF THE TENTH CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE CCP
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18205&fpage=8
PRESS COMMUNIQUE OF THE TENTH NATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18204&fpage=8
CONSTITUTION OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF CHINA
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18600


Peking Review, No. 38, September 21, 1973
Bumper Early Rice Harvest
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18212&fpage=8
Premier Chou Sends Condolences On Death of President Allende
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18211&fpage=8
SINO-FRENCH COMMUNIQUE
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18210&fpage=8
President Pompidou Concludes Visit to China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18209&fpage=8
A Major Step Towards National Concord in Laos
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18208&fpage=8


Peking Review, No. 40, October 5, 1973    
Study Hard and Continue to Advance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18213&fpage=8

Peking Review, No. 42, October 19, 1973    
Premier Chou En-lai's Messages of Support To President Sadat and President Assad
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18215&fpage=8
Arab People's Cause Against Aggression Is Invincible
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18214&fpage=8

Peking Review, No. 43, October 26, 1973
Importance Must Be Attached To the Party's Basic Line
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18218&fpage=8    
Lon Nol Clique Should Be Expelled From the U.N.
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18217&fpage=8
Proposal for Restoring Lawful Rights Of Royal Government of Cambodia Included in Agenda
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18216&fpage=8


Peking Review, No. 48, November 30, 1973    
Oil Weapon in the Hands of Arab Countries
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18224&fpage=8
Romanian Government Trade Delegation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18223&fpage=8
Zairese Government Delegation Visits China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18222&fpage=8
Premier Chou Meets F.R.G. Interior Minister
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18221&fpage=8
Hegemony Cannot Decide Destiny of World History
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18220&fpage=8
JOINT COMMUNIQUE
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18219&fpage=8


Peking Review, No. 49, December 7, 1973
Communists Should Work for the Interests Of the Vast Majority of People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18226&fpage=8
China's Principled Stand on Question Of Defining Aggression
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18225&fpage=8



Peking Review, No. 50, December 14, 1973    
Cambodian People's Lawful Rights Cannot Be Deprived
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18230&fpage=7
U.S. and Saigon Must Stop Violating Paris Agreement
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18229&fpage=7
Great Benefits Derive From a Good Analysis
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18228&fpage=8
China Supports Restoration of Lawful Rights of Royal Government of Cambodia in United Nations
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18227&fpage=8

Peking Review, No. 51, December 21, 1973    
Salute Student Youth and Other People of South Korea
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18231&fpage=7


Peking Review, No. 52, December 28, 1973    
Lin Piao Anti-Party Clique: Sworn Enemy Of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18232&fpage=7

Peking Review 1974 — Vol. 17

Peking Review. No. 1, January 4, 1974    
New Year Message:1974 New Year's Day editorial
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18236&fpage=7
1973: All-Round Rich Harvests in China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18235&fpage=7

Peking Review, No. 3,January 18, 1974    
World in Great Disorder: Excellent Situation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18244&fpage=7
    
Peking Review, No. 5, February 1, 1974
Protesting Soviet Government's Kidnapping of a Chinese Diplomat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18249&fpage=7
Comrade Kuan Heng-kuang Returns to Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18248&fpage=7    
Repatriation of Captured Personnel of Saigon Troops
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18247&fpage=7    
Malagasy Government Delegation Visits China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18246&fpage=7
North China Theatrical Festival In Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18245&fpage=7

Peking Review, No. 6, February 8, 1974
Statement by Spokesman of Foreign Ministry
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18254&fpage=7
Statement by Spokesman of Foreign Ministry
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18253&fpage=7    
National Cotton Production Conference
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18252&fpage=7
Excellent Situation in Primary And Middle Schools
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18251&fpage=7
New Booklets on Criticism of Lin Piao and Confucius
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18250&fpage=7

Peking Review, No. 7, February 15, 1974
Broaden and Deepen the Struggle to Criticize Lin Piao and Confucius
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18255&fpage=7

Peking Review, No. 8, February 22, 1974    
Struggle Between Two Lines in the Ideological Sphere by Yang Jung-kuo
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18257&fpage=7
Comment On "Nothing Can Be More Important Than This”
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18256&fpage=7
    

Peking Review, No. 9, March 1, 1974
Chairman Mao Meets President and Madame Kaunda
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18264&fpage=7
Distinguished Zambian Guests Visit China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18263&fpage=7
President Boumediene Arrives in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18262&fpage=7
Greeting Convocation of Islamic Summit Conference
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18261&fpage=7
Theatrical Festival Closes
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18260&fpage=7    
Primary School Pupil Refutes Erroneous Views About Revolution in Education
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18259&fpage=7
Criticize "Restraining Oneself And Restoring the Rites"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18258&fpage=7


Peking Review, No. 12, March 22, 1974
Further Criticism of "Restraining Oneself And Returning to the Rites"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18267&fpage=7
Third World Awakening and Growing Strong in United Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18266&fpage=7
China's Position on the Population Problems Expounded
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18265&fpage=7
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY IS THE PHILOSOPHY OF STRUGGLE
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18576&fpage=2


Peking Review #15, April 12, 1974.
    
SPEECH AT PEKING RALLY WELCOMING CAMBODIAN GUESTS by Wang Hung-wen
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18579&fpage=2


Peking Review, No. 17, April 26, 1974    
China's Financial and Monetary Achievements
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18270&fpage=6
Struggle Between Restoration and Counter-Restoration In the Course of Founding the Chin Dynasty
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18269&fpage=6
Workers, Peasants and Soldiers Criticizing Lin Piao and Confucius
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18268&fpage=6

Beijing Review, No. 22, 31 May 1974

Keep to the Correct Orientation and Uphold the Philosophy of Struggle-- Notes on studying Chairman Mao's Talks at the Yenan Forum on Literature and Art
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18066

Peking Review, No. 24, June 14, 1974    
Strengthen the Ranks of Marxist Theorists
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18272&fpage=6
The Great Cultural Revolution Is Fine
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18271&fpage=6

Peking Review, No. 26, June 28. 1974    
Train a Contingent of Theoretical Workers in Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18274&fpage=6
Struggle Between Opposing and Worshipping Confucius Over the Last 100 Years
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18273&fpage=6

Peking Review, No 27, July 5, 1974    
China Establishes Diplomatic Relations With Venezuela
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18280&fpage=6
Chinese Leaders Meet Dr. Yang Chen-ning
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18279&fpage=6
Albanian National Folk Song And Dance Ensemble in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18278&fpage=6
Growth of "Barefoot Doctors" In the Countryside
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18277&fpage=6
Asian Games Selective Trials End
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18276&fpage=6
The Party Exercises Overall Leadership
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18275&fpage=6


Peking Review, No, 28, July 12, 1974
Liberate History From Confines of the Historians' Lecture Rooms and Textbooks
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18297&fpage=6


Peking Review, No, 31, August 2, 1974    
Rich Summer Harvest
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18302&fpage=6
Belgian Marxist-Leninist Communist Party Delegation Visits China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18301&fpage=6
A Decade of Revolution in Peking Opera
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18300&fpage=6

Peking Review, No. 34, August 23, 1974
Greeting 35th Anniversary of Founding of Communist Party of Burma
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18308&fpage=6    
Chinese Sports Delegation Goes to Teheran
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18307&fpage=6    
China and Brazil Establish Diplomatic Relations
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18306&fpage=6    
Theatrical Festival
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18305&fpage=6
Delivery of Summer Grain Fulfilled and Purchasing Plan Overfulfilled
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18304&fpage=6
Movement to Criticize Lin Piao and Confucius spurs Industrial Production
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18303&fpage=6

Peking Review, No. 35, August 30, 1974    
U.N. World Population Conference: China's Views on Major issues Of World Population
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18309&fpage=6

Peking Review No 40, October 4, 1974    
Forward Along the Great Road Of Socialism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18310&fpage=6

Peking Review, No. 42, October 18, 1974    
Shanghai's Industrial Development: Taking the Road of Self-Reliance
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18311&fpage=6


Peking Review, No 43, October 25, 1974
Comrade Chang Chun-chiao Meets Swedish Comrades
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18316&fpage=6
Venezuelan Congress Delegation In Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18315&fpage=6
167,000 New College Students
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18314&fpage=6
Autumn Export Commodities Fair Opens
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18313&fpage=6
HISTORY DEVELOPS IN SPIRALS
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18578&fpage=2



Peking Review, No. 45, November 8, 1974    
People's Communes Set Up In 90 Per Cent of Tibet's Townships
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18320&fpage=5
New CAAC International Air Service
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18319&fpage=5
A Great Practice of Hundreds of Millions of People in Opposing and Preventing Revisionism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18318&fpage=5

Peking Review, No. 48, November 29. 1974
Big Farm Output Rise In Tibet
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18326&fpage=5
Specialized Theoretical Study
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18325&fpage=5
Japanese Exhibition in Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18324&fpage=5
Striking Contrast Between Two Different Economic Systems
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18323&fpage=5    
PRESS COMMUNIQUE On the Visit of Salem Robaya Ali
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18322&fpage=5

Peking Review, No. 49, December 6. 1974
Continue to Do a Good Job in Criticizing Lin Piao and Confucius
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18327&fpage=5


Peking Review 1975 — Vol. 18

Peking Review, No. 1, January 3, 1975
1975 New Year's Day editorial
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18339&fpage=5
Rational Distribution of Food Grain
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18338&fpage=5

Peking Review Vol 18, No. 3, January 17, 19, 1975
At Banquet Welcoming Prime Minister Mintoff  Vice-Premier Li Hsien-nien's Speech
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=16650&fpage=5
Angola: Liberation Movements Issue Joint Communique
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17470

Peking Review, No. 4, January 24, 1975
COMMUNIQUE OF THE 2ND PLENARY SESSION OF THE 10TH CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE CCP
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18345&fpage=5    
PRESS COMMUNIQUE OF THE 1ST SESSION OF THE 4TH NATIONAL PEOPLE'S CONCRESS OF THE PRC
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18344&fpage=5
List of Members of the Presidium and the Secretary-General
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18343&fpage=5
Proclamation of National People's Congress Of People's Republic of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18342&fpage=5
Proclamation of National People's Congress Of People's Republic of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18341&fpage=5
Proclamation of National People's Congress of People's Republic of China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18340&fpage=5

Peking Review Vol. 18, No. 5 January 31, 1975
Angolan People's Important Victory
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17471

Peking Review #10, March 7, 1975.

WORKING WOMEN'S STRUGGLE AGAINST CONFUCIANISM IN CHINESE HISTORY
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18577&fpage=2


Peking Review Vol 18, No. 16, April 18, 1975
Criticize the Doctrines of Confucius And Mencius to Consolidate the Dictatorship of the Proletariat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=16656&fpage=5

Peking Review Vol.18, No. 20, May 16, 1975
Sole Purpose of Mastering Marxist Theory Is to Apply It
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=16659&fpage=5

Peking Review, No. 23, June 6, 1975
Going in for Agriculture in a Big Way—How a province of 40 million people solved its grain problem
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18347&fpage=5
Significant Progress in China's Grain Production
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18346&fpage=5

Peking Review, No, 26, June 27, 1975    
PREMIER Chou’s message of greeting to President Samora Machel
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18353&fpage=5
Delegation of Thai National Assembly Members Visits China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18352&fpage=5
Great Victory of Korean People's Anti-Imperialist Revolutionary Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18351&fpage=5
Warm Congratulations on Rebirth of Mozambique
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18350&fpage=5
Dictatorship of the Proletariat And the Renegade Lin Piao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18349&fpage=5    
Unsought Confession of Hegemonism
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18348&fpage=5

Peking Review, No. 29, July 18, 1975    
Chinhuangtao-Peking Oil Pipeline Completed
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18356&fpage=5
Paoki-Chengtu Electric Railway Opens to Traffic
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18355&fpage=5
How China Popularizes Education
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18354&fpage=5

Peking Review, No. 30, July 25, 1975    
China and Sao Tome and Principe Establish Diplomatic Relations
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18362&fpage=4
Palestine "Al Fateh" Delegation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18361&fpage=4    
Transport Targets Outstripped
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18360&fpage=4
Half-Yearly Crude Oil Targets Overfulfilled
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18359&fpage=4
Relying on the Masses to Consolidate Proletarian Dictatorship
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18358&fpage=5
Competition in Space, Hardship on Earth
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18357&fpage=5

Peking Review, No. 33, August 15, 1975
Study Some History of Social Development
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18366&fpage=4
For Your Reference: Productive Forces and Relations of Production
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18365&fpage=4
For Your Reference: Economic Base and Superstructure
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18364&fpage=4
Workers, Peasants and Soldier's Studying Theory: Carry the Communist Spirit Forward
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18363&fpage=4

Peking Review, No. 37, September 12, 1975    
Unfold Criticism of "Water Margin"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18367&fpage=4

Peking Review, No, 38, September 19, 1975
National Conference On Learning From Tachai In Agriculture
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18373&fpage=4
Secretary-General Zulu and Zambian Delegation In Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18372&fpage=4
Rwandan Minister of Foreign Affairs and Co-operation Visits China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18371&fpage=4
F.R.G. Technical Exhibition In Peking
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18370&fpage=4
Chinese Trade Delegation In United States
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18369&fpage=4    
Tenth Anniversary of Founding of Tibet Autonomous Region Celebrated
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18368&fpage=4

Peking Review, No. 41, October 10, 1975
Steady Growth of China's Economy
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18374&fpage=4

Peking Review, No. 46, November 14, 1975
Building Tachai-Type Counties: The Battle Is On
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18375&fpage=4

Peking Review, No. 48, November.28, 1975    
A Clarion Call to Action
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18376&fpage=4

Peking Review #50, December 12, 1975.

FIGHTING WITH THE PEN AND STEEL ROD
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18580&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 51, December 19, 1975    
Good News From Tachai
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18380&fpage=4
Industrial Production Plans Overfulfilled
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18379&fpage=4
Vice-Premier Teng Meets Mr. Fanfani
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18378&fpage=4
Grasping the Dialectical Concept of The Unity of Opposites
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18377&fpage=4

Peking Review, No. 52, December 26. 1975    
Peking Pays Last Respects to Comrade Kang Sheng
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18381&fpage=4


Peking Review 1976 — Vol. 19

Peking Review, No. 1, January 2, 1976    
MAO TSETUNG: TWO POEMS
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18392&fpage=4
President Manuel Pinto da Costa Ends China Visit
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18391&fpage=4
Samdech and Madame Sihanouk Leave Peking for Home
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18390&fpage=4
Soviet Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter Crew Released
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18389&fpage=4
Nothing Is Hard in This World If You Dare to Scale the Heights
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18388&fpage=4

Peking Review, No. 2, January 9, 1976
Chairman Mao's Poems Inspire the People Throughout China
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18397&fpage=3
Albanian Military Delegation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18396&fpage=3
Delegation of Central Committee of Marxist-Leninist Communist Party Of Ecuador
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18395&fpage=3
East Timor Government Delegation
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18394&fpage=4
Magnificent Poems That Inspire Us in Battle— Studying Chairman Mao's two poems
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18393&fpage=4

Peking Review No. 4/1976, 23.01.1976, pp. 49-51
Human Cognizance and Utilization of Energy Sources Is Never-Ending—Refutation of "exhaustion of energy sources"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17532

Peking Review, No. 5, January 30, 1976
Adhere to the Party's Basic Line—Studying "On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the people
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18398&fpage=3


Peking Review, No. 7, February 13, 1976
The Dictatorship of the Proletariat and The Great Cultural Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18401&fpage=3
Tsinghua University: Mass Debate Brings Changes
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18400&fpage=3
Mass Debate Wins Wide Support
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18399&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 8, February 20, 1976
Open-Door Scientific Research—Achievements of a scientific research institute
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18403&fpage=3
China's Science and Technology Grow Apace
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18402&fpage=3

Peking Review #9, February 27, 1976.    
CRITICISM OF "WATER MARGIN"
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18581&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 10, March 5, 1976
Grasp Class Struggle, Promote Spring Farming
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18404&fpage=3
Chaoyang Agricultural College: FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TWO LINES IN EDUCATION
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18582&fpage=2


Peking Review, No. 11, March 12, 1976
International Working Women's Day Celebrated
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18408&fpage=3
National Acrobatic Festival
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18407&fpage=3
Educated Young People In Sinkiang
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18406&fpage=3
Reversing Correct Verdicts Goes Against the Will of the People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18405&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 15, April 9, 1976    
Carry On the Criticism of Confucius
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18410&fpage=3
At U.N. Security Council: China's Stand on Question of Angola
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18409&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 16, April 16, 1976
Peking Armymen and Civilians Warmly Hail Chairman Mao's Wise Decisions
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18411&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 17, April 23, 1976
New Upsurge in Criticism of Teng Hsiao-ping
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18412&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 18, April 30, 1976
Repulsing the Right Deviationist Wind in The Scientific and Technological Circles
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18413&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 20, May 14, 1976
Environment and Development
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17435

Peking Review, No. 22, May 28, 1976    
The Great Cultural Revolution Will Shine Forever
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18414&fpage=3
    
Peking Review #25, June 18, 1976.
    
CAPITALIST-ROADERS ARE THE BOURGEOISIE INSIDE THE PARTY
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18583

Peking Review, No. 26, June 25, 1976
Communists Must Work for the Interests Of the Vast Majority of People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18417&fpage=3
An Endless Flow of Successors to the Cause of Proletarian Revolution
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18416&fpage=3
Five Requirements for Successors to the Revolutionary Cause of the Proletariat
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18415&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 27, July 2, 1976
Build the Party in the Course Of Struggle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18420&fpage=3
Great Victory of the Korean People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18419&fpage=3
Condemning South African authorities for suppression of Azanian people
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18418&fpage=3

Peking Review, No. 28, July 9, 1976    
Comrade Chu Teh Passes Away
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18426&fpage=2
Message of Greetings to Leaders of Viet Nam
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18425&fpage=2
Congratulating O.A.U. Summit Conference
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18424&fpage=3
11th Anniversary of Chairman Mao's Directive on Medical And Health Work Marked
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18423&fpage=3
All-China Sports Federation Reiterates China's Just Stand
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18422&fpage=3
Warmly Greet Successful Reunification of Viet Nam
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18421&fpage=3
    
Peking Review, No. 31, July 30, 1976
People of Poor Countries Have Courage—Notes on building the Tanzam Railway
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18428&fpage=2
Naked Aggression Against East Timor
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18427&fpage=2

Peking Review, Nos. 32-33, August 9, 1976    
China's First Ocean Scientific Research
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18434&fpage=2
Tientsin-Shanghai Railway Double-Tracked
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18433&fpage=2
C.P.C. Central Committee's Message of Sympathy to Earthquake-Stricken Area
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18432&fpage=2
Heroic People Are Invincible
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18431&fpage=2
Man Will Conquer Nature: People in Afflicted Area Fight Quake
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18430&fpage=2
Central Delegation in Earthquake-Stricken Area
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18429&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 34, August 20, 1976    
Deepen the Criticism of Teng Hsiao-ping In Anti-Quake and Relief Work
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18436&fpage=2
A Miracle
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18435&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 35, August 27, 1976
Grasp the Crucial Point and Deepen The Criticism of Teng Hsiao-ping
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18438&fpage=2
Comments on Teng Hsiao-ping's Economic Ideas of the Comprador Bourgeoisie
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18437&fpage=2

Peking Review, No. 36, September 3, 1976
China Successfully Launches Another Man-Made Earth Satellite
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18443&fpage=2
Record Early Rice Harvest
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18442&fpage=2
Tangshan Iron and Steel Company Partially Resumes Production
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18441&fpage=2
Invitational Women's Basketball Tournament Closes
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18440&fpage=2
Proletarians Are Revolutionary Optimists
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18439&fpage=2


Peking Review, No. 39, September 24, 1976

Memorial speech by Hua Kuo-Feng, First Chairman of Central Committee of Communist Party of China and Premier of State Council, At Mass Memorial Meeting for Great Leader and Teacher Chairman Mao Tsetung
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17795

Peking Review, No. 42, October 15, 1976

Decision on the Establishment of a Memorial Hall for the Great Leader and Teacher Chairman Mao
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18449&fpage=2
Decision on the Publication of the Works Of Mao Tsetung
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18448&fpage=2
Premier Hua Kuo-feng Meets Prime Minister Somare
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18447&fpage=2
Joint Communique
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18446&fpage=2
Common Aspiration of Hundreds Of Millions of People
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18445&fpage=2
The Nation Warmly Supports the Two Important Decisions by Central Leading Organs
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=18444&fpage=2
The Chinese Government Will Continue to Carry Out Resolutely Chairman Mao's Revolutionary Line and Policies in Foreign Affairs
—Speech by Chairman of the Chinese Delegation Chiao Kuan-hua At the U.N. General Assembly Session
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17794

Peking Review 1977 — Vol. 20

Peking Review Vol 20, No. 45 November 4, 1977
Speech at the Fourth Session of the Standing Committe of the Fourth National People's Congress by Hua Guofeng
http://www.wengewang.org/read.php?tid=17531


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Here is another work for the english pdf collection: A Volunteer Soldier's Day:  Recollections of the Chinese People's Volunteers in the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea
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Besides the Peking Review the other English language magazines published during the Mao era are China Pictorial, China Reconstructs, and Chinese Literature, perhaps they can be added to this wonderful collection as well in the future. Thanks again for your recent additions!
  
  
  

 
 
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Would it be possible to make the picture attachments at the  文革图片 CR picture thread available as a downloadable ZIP/RAR file? thanks!
  
  
  

 
 
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Quote:
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Would it be possible to make the picture attachments at the  文革图片 CR picture thread available as a downloadable ZIP/RAR file? thanks!


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顶端 Posted: 2009-08-03 06:17 | 4 楼
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#17 — April 24, 1970 is a very important issue on Leninism that includes Chairman Mao's famous quote:
Mao Tse-tung (11 May 1964, cited in joint editorial People’s Daily, Red Flag and Liberation Army Daily, Peking Review 17/1970):

‘The Soviet Union today is under the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie, a dictatorship of the big bourgeoisie, a dictatorship of the German fascist type, a dictatorship of the Hitler type.’

http://www.massline.org/PekingReview/PR1970/PR1970-17.pdf
  
  
  

 
 
顶端 Posted: 2009-12-09 19:28 | 5 楼
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Besides many numbers of  Peking Review, I have some numbers of other magazines published in English (and some in French, German, etc) during the Mao era,  such as China Pictorial, China Reconstructs, and Chinese Literature.
  
  
  

 
 
顶端 Posted: 2012-03-12 00:17 | 6 楼
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引用第6楼bookworn于2012-03-12 00:17发表的  :
Besides many numbers of  Peking Review, I have some numbers of other magazines published in English (and some in French, German, etc) during the Mao era,  such as China Pictorial, China Reconstructs, and Chinese Literature.



do you have chance to scan some of your collection on Mao era? There is a free storage place for Maoist documents. You can ask the admin of the site for help at http://dajialai.org/how_to_upload.html. Thanks in advance.
  
  
  

 
 
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