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 Five Requirements for Successors to the Revolutionary Cause of the Proletariat

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Five Requirements for Successors to the Revolutionary Cause of the Proletariat

Source: Peking Review, No. 26, June 25, 1976
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org


   The five requirements laid down by Chairman Mao for successors to the revolutionary cause of the proletariat are:
   They must be genuine Marxist-Leninists and not revisionists like Khmshchov wearing the cloak of Marxism-Leninism.
   They must be revolutionaries who wholeheartedly serve the overwhelming majority of the people of China and the whole world, and must not be like Khrushchov who serves both the interests of the handful of members of the privileged bourgeois stratum in his own country and those of foreign imperialism and reaction.
   They must be proletarian statesmen capable of uniting and working together with the ever-whelming majority. Not only must they unite with those who agree with them, they must also be good at uniting with those who disagree and even with those who formerly opposed them and have since been proved wrong in practice. But they must especially watch out for careerists and conspirators like Khrushchov and prevent such bad elements from usurping the leadership of the Party and the state at any level.
   They must be models in applying the Party's democratic centralism, must master the method of leadership based on the principle of "from the masses, to the masses,” and must cultivate a democratic style and be good at listening to the masses. They must not be despotic like Khrushchov and violate the Party's democratic centralism, make surprise attacks on comrades or act arbitrarily and dictatorially.
 They must be modest and prudent and guard against arrogance and impetuosity; they must be imbued with the spirit of self-criticism and have the courage to correct mistakes and shortcomings in their work. They mast never cover up their errors like Khrushchov, and claim all the credit for themselves and shift all the blame on others.
 

Source: Peking Review, No. 26, June 25, 1976
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org

  
  
  

 
 
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