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 C.P.C. Central Committee Decides On Large-Scale Publication of Chairman Mao's Works

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C.P.C. Central Committee Decides On Large-Scale Publication of Chairman Mao's Works

Source: Peking Review, Vol. 9, #33, Aug. 12,1966.
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  The Ministry of Culture convenes a conference to work out plans; 35 million sets of the Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung will be printed and distributed this year and next; and Selected Readings and separate works in pamphlet form will be printed in the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities. Conference representatives from all parts of the country tell of the infinite esteem and love which people throughout the land have for their great leader Chairman Mao, their boundless love for, belief in and veneration for Mao Tse-tung's thought, and how eager they are to get copies of Chairman Mao's writings. The decision of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party is an event of tremendous historic significance in China's political life and yet another victory for the current great cultural revolution.
  
    THE Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party has decided to speed up the large-scale publication of Chairman Mao Tse-tung's works in order to meet the urgent needs of the broad masses of the people in studying Mao Tse-tung's thought. It has called on the broad masses of cadres and workers and staff members of publication, printing and distribution departments throughout the country to mobilize immediately, make all-out efforts and take, the publication and distribution of Chairman Mao's works as their foremost task. Following the speed-up in the mass printing of Chairman Mao's works this year and next, these works, for which there has been a pressing demand by the broad masses, will gradually come to be in plentiful supply throughout the country.
   Recently the Ministry of Culture, in accordance with the directive of the Party's Central Committee, convened a national conference on the work of printing and distributing Chairman Mao's works, at which concrete plans for their large-scale printing and plans for their distribution were mapped out. Thirty-five million sets of the Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung will be printed and distributed this year and next. The collections A and B of Selected Readings From Mao Tse-tung's Works, and Chairman Mao's works in pamphlet form will in general be printed in the provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions so that gradually, over this year and next year, they will fully meet the needs of the broad masses.
   That the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party has decided to speed up the large-scale publication and ^distribution of Chairman Mao's works is an event of tremendous historic significance in China's political life, an event bringing great joy to the people of the whole country, and yet another victory tor the current great proletarian cultural revolutionary movement.
  
  
National Conference on the Work Of Printing and Distributing Chairman Mao's Works


ACTING on the directive of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, the Ministry of Culture recently convened in Peking a national conference on the work of printing and distributing Chairman Mao Tse-tung's works. The conference urged printing, publishing and distribution organizations throughout the country to take immediate revolutionary measures and endeavour in every possible way to speed up the mass printing of Chairman Mao's works so that gradually a plentiful supply of them will be ensured throughout the country. This is to meet the urgent needs of the masses of workers, peasants and soldiers and of revolutionary cadres and revolutionary intellectuals in their study of Chairman Mao's thought
   In recent years, since the nationwide campaign to creatively study and apply Chairman Mao's works was launched among the worker, peasant and soldier masses, and revolutionary cadres and revolutionary intellectuals, the contradiction between the demand for and the supply of Chairman Mao's works became acute The complete control of many propaganda and publishing departments by the sinister gang which was opposed to the Party, to socialism and to Mao Tse-tung's thought, and the restrictions it imposed, under various pretexts, on the numbers of copies of Chairman Mao's works to be printed and. issued, further aggravated the already acute supply situation. This state of affairs aroused strong dissatisfaction among the broad masses of the people. In order to change the situation once and for all in which the publication and distribution of Chairman Mao's works lag behind the circumstances and the needs of the masses, the conference asked printing, publishing and distribution organizations throughout the country to rely firmly on the leadership of the Communist Party committees at various levels, fully mobilize the masses, give full play to the revolutionary initiative of the entire body of workers and staff, work in the spirit of self-reliance, overcome all difficulties, mobilize all printing houses, where conditions permit, to undertake the glorious political task of printing Chairman Mao's works, adopt the method of tackling a task with concentrated forces and endeavour by all possible means to print and distribute more copies of Chairman Mao's works.
   Chang Ping-hua, Deputy Director of the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, spoke at the conference.
   Representatives of printing, publishing and distribution organizations and other organizations concerned from various parts of the country told their colleagues of the great attention which their respective local Party committees were giving to the conference and the firm determination of the masses of workers and staff. With especially great revolutionary enthusiasm, all insistently requested the conference to assign them as large a share of the work as possible. Those units which were given the honourable duty to print Chairman Mao's writings for the first time were particularly keen. With great emotion and pride, representatives of these units said: "The printing of Chairman Mao's works is a need of the revolution. This is the most glorious, urgent and important task our time has entrusted to us. Not even the worst difficulties can deter us.   We pledge to fulfil our task."
  

  
  
  

 
 
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