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 Letter From the Central Committee Of the Chinese Communist Party

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To Revolutionary Workers and Staff and Revolutionary Cadres In Industrial and Mining Enterprises Throughout the Country

Source: Peking Review, No. 13, March 24, 1967
Transcribed for www.wengewang.org

* Chairman Mao and the Party's Central Committee call on you to carry the great proletarian cultural revolution through to the very end; and hope that in this great proletarian cultural revolution and in this new situation, you will exert even greater efforts to go all out, aim high and at the present stage become the most outstanding models for the working masses of the whole country in taking firm hold of the revolution and promoting production.
* The Party's Central Committee calls on all revolutionary cadres working in factories and mines to take the lead in doing all work well and do their best to fulfil and overfulfil state plans for production and construction. The Party's Central Committee believes that in all factories and mines the great majority of cadres are good or comparatively good. Comrades who have committed mistakes should make a serious self-criticism; they should, in the course of the great cultural revolution, make a diligent study of Chairman Mao's works, try hard to be good pupils of the masses, remould themselves in the course of their work and make amends by good deeds for their mistakes.
* The Party's Central Committee has decided that the People's Liberation Army should make great efforts to help civilians and support the work of industrial production. You should co-operate well with the comrades from the People's Liberation Army.

Comrade Workers and Staff!
Comrade Revolutionary Cadres in Factories and Mines!

     The working class is the leading force in our country's socialist revolution and socialist construction.
     Chairman Mao and the Party's Central Committee call on you to carry the great proletarian cultural revolution through to the very end; and hope that in this great proletarian cultural revolution and in this new situation, you will exert even greater efforts to go all out, aim high and at the present stage become the most outstanding models for the working masses of the whole country in taking firm hold of the revolution and promoting production.
     We hope that you will become models in firmly carrying out the proletarian revolutionary line represented by Chairman Mao and in criticizing and repudiating the bourgeois reactionary line.
     We hope that you will become models in firmly carrying out the Decision of the Party's Central Committee Concerning the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution.
     We hope that you will become models in the struggle against the handful of persons in the Party who are in authority and taking the capitalist road.
  We hope that you will become models in bringing about the great revolutionary alliance and in opposing the "small group" mentality, anarchism, the tendency to grab the limelight, economism and selfishness.
     You should strengthen labour discipline, firmly uphold democratic centralism and establish good order in socialist production and the great cultural revolution.
     You should, in accordance with the regulations laid down by the Party's Central Committee, firmly uphold the eight-hour work day and carry on the cultural revolution during the time outside the eight hours of work. During working hours it is impermissible to absent oneself without good cause from one's production or work post. A struggle should be waged against any unhealthy tendency towards absenteeism or a perfunctory attitude to work.
     In the cultural revolution, you should, in accordance with the regulations laid down by the Party's Central Committee, promote the revolutionization of your own thinking, carry on production according to the principle of achieving greater, faster, better and more economical results, guarantee the quality of products and strive for high quality. A struggle should be waged against any unhealthy tendency to disregard the quality of output or waste state funds and materials.
     All workers and staff in factories and mines must, in the course of the great proletarian cultural revolution, study experience in getting “better troops and simpler administration," It is necessary to greatly reduce the number of personnel detached from production and raise work efficiency. Attention must be paid to practising economy in carrying out revolution. Generally speaking, staff members of workers' organizations should not be detached from production.
     All workers and staff in factories and mines must, in the course of the great proletarian cultural revolution, heighten their great sense of responsibility as masters of the country and protect state property effectively. Anyone destroying state property should be severely punished according to the law.
     The Party's Central Committee calls on all revolutionary cadres working in factories and mines to take the lead in doing all work well and do their best to fulfil and overfulfil state plans for production and construction.
     The Party's Central Committee believes that in all factories and mines the great majority of cadres are good or comparatively good. Comrades who have committed mistakes should make a serious self-criticism; they should, in the course of the great cultural revolution, make a diligent study of Chairman Mao's works, try hard to be good pupils of the masses, remould themselves in the course of their work and make amends by good deeds for their mistakes. As long as cadres who have made mistakes act in this way, the worker masses should show understanding and support them in their work. The attitude to be taken in criticizing them must be that which Chairman Mao has always instructed us to follow — "learning from past mistakes to avoid future ones and curing the sickness to save the patient."
     Landlords, rich peasants, counter-revolutionaries, bad elements and Rightists, who have sneaked into factories and mines, should never be allowed to be unruly in word or deed, to sabotage production, undermine unity among workers and staff, or create or incite factional disputes. They should be handled differently according to their political stand, attitude to work and concrete conditions in the factories and mines.
     The Party's Central Committee has decided that the People's Liberation Army should make great efforts to help civilians and support the work of industrial production. You should co-operate well with the comrades from the People's Liberation Army.
     We suggest that all workers and staff in factories and mines should, in their spare time, seriously discuss this letter sent to them by the Central Committee.
     Unite under the guidance of the great thought of Mao Tse-tung!
     Fight valiantly to win a bumper harvest both in the great proletarian cultural revolution and in industrial production!
     (This letter should be read and posted up in all factories, mines and capital construction units.)

The Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
March 18, 1967

  
  
  

 
 
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