China's Cultural Revolution, 1966-1969: Not a Dinner Party

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Index
ACFTU. See All-China Federation of Trade Unions
Afghanistan, 103
Albanian Party of Labor, 29
All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU), 55
An Ziwen, 95-97, 99-100, 116, 117n., 373
Analects, The, 236, 237
Anhui, 365, 366, 369
Ankang ( Shaanxi), 56-57
Baoding ( Hebei), 137
Baotou ( Inner Mongolia), 48
Bei Guancheng, 148-49, 166-69
Beijing, 6, 29, 54, 97, 148-49, 173, 187, 361, 362
Aeronautical Institute, 98, 146, 375
Agricultural University, 98, 155, 162
Foreign Languages Institute, 150
foreigners in, 169-73
gardens in, 203-205
Garrison, 362
Geological Institute, 98, 162, 381, 385
Military Region, 258-59, 261
Municipal Government, 125
Municipal Party Committee, 132, 205, 233
Municipal Revolutionary Committee, 366, 369
Number 11 Middle School, 328
Number 25 Middle School, 181
Number 26 Middle School, 212
Number 101 Middle School, 183-84
Number 1 Middle School for Girls, 329
Number 15 Middle School for Girls, 332
opera, 228, 232
Beijing (continued)
Petroleum Institute, 127
prisons in, 96, 123, 364
Public Library, 97, 99
Public Security Bureau, 173, 174, 370
Teacher's University, 150, 364, 381
University, 6, 148, 183, 233-42
Workers' Stadium, 122, 125
Bethune, Norman, 17, 373
Bo Yibo, 94-100, 117n., 122-35, 254-55, 373
Brezhnev, Leonid, 170, 270
British Legation, 170-72, 367
Bukharin, Nikolai, 347
Cai Binyuan, 230-32
Cai Ruohong, 199
Cannibalism, 137, 369 See also Violence
Cao Diqiu, 142
Case Groups, 116-123
daily reports of, 124-27, 131-32
interrogation by, 120, 128-31, 134-35, 325
investigation by, 116, 119, 327, 344
See also Central Case Examination Group
CCP. See Chinese Communist Party
Central Academy of Arts and Crafts, 199
Central Academy of Fine Arts, 198-200
Central Case Examination Group, 94, 124, 354, 370
and purge of Deng Xiaoping, 369
and purge of He Long, 369
and purge of Liu Shaoqi, 370
and Red Guards, 364
and suicides, 366
creation of, 363

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