Mao's Last Revolution

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Illustration Credits

The photographs in this book come from three works. We are particularly grateful to Li Zhensheng, the author of and photographer for Red-Color News Soldier: A Chinese Photographer's Odyssey through the Cultural Revolution, edited by Robert Pledge with text adapted and augmented by Jacques Menasche and introduction by Jonathan D. Spence (New York and London: Phaidon Press, 2003), for permission to reproduce photographs from pages 103 (our photo number 21), 106 (26), 111 (25), 125 (16), 126 (19), 128 (20), 189 (18), 224 (38), 265 (43), and 269 (39), all © Li Zhensheng/Contact Press Images. Our photographs number 16, 44, 47, 48, and 56 are from the excellent collection The Unforgettable Days (Yongheng zhi ri), edited by the Photographic Department of the Xinhua News Agency and Jilin Education Publishing House, executive editor Wang Baohua (Changchun, Jilin: Jilin Education Publishing House, 1989), their pages 128 (ill. 1, photographer Chu Ying), 145 (ill. 3, Du Xiuxian), 150 (ill. 2, Du Xiuxian), 152 (ill. 3, Bao Naiyong), 161 (Li Xiaobin). Except for numbers 32 (Schoenhals collection) and 54 (MacFarquhar collection), the remaining photographs are all from the invaluable two-volume Wenhua dageming bowuguan (Museum of the Great Cultural Revolution), edited by Yang Kelin, 2 vols. (Hong Kong: Dongfang chubanshe and Tiandi tushu, 1995), 1:88 (our ill. 1), 91—ill. 4 (our ill. 4), 93 (5), 143 (31), 144 (28), 145 (29), 152 (30), 177 (22), 183 (27), 207-ill. 3 (37), 215 (36), 220 (24); 2:400–401 (10, n), 402-ill. 2 (3), 403ill. 1 (2), 408-ill. 1 (33), 410 (7), 411-ill. 1 (7), 417 (6), 422-ill. 3 (40), 430 (42), 438 (45), 441ill. 2 (46), 449-second ill. (41), 460 (row 1, both ills, "our 23, 14"; row 2, both ills. "13, 12"), 461 (row 1, second ill. "15"), 469—ills. 2, 4 (34, 35), 531—ill. 2 (49), 537—ill. 1 (9), 568—ills. 1–2 (50–51), 579—ill. 3 (52), 584—ill. 3 (57), 590 (53), 597—ill. 2 (55). The poster of caricatures on pages 152–153 in Chapter 8 was presented to the authors by Dr. Ronald Suleski.

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Mao's Last Revolution
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The First Salvos 14
  • 2: The Siege of Beijing 32
  • 3: Confusion on Campuses 52
  • 4: The Fifty Days 66
  • 5: Mao's New Successor 86
  • 6: The Red Guards 102
  • 7: Red Terror 117
  • 8: Confusion Nationwide 132
  • 9: Shanghai's [January Storm] 155
  • 10: Seizing Power 170
  • 11: The Last Stand of the Old Guard 184
  • 12: The Wuhan Incident 199
  • 13: The May 16 Conspiracy 221
  • 14: The End of the Red Guards 239
  • 15: Cleansing the Class Ranks 253
  • 16: Dispatching Liu Shaoqi 273
  • 17: The Congress of Victors 285
  • 18: War Scares 308
  • 19: The Defection and Death of Lin Biao 324
  • 20: Mao Becalmed 337
  • 21: Zhou Under Pressure 358
  • 22: Deng Xiaoping Takes Over 379
  • 23: The Gang of Four Emerges 396
  • 24: The Tiananmen Incident of 1976 413
  • 25: The Last Days of Chairman Mao 431
  • Conclusion 450
  • Glossary of Names and Identities 465
  • A Note on Sources 479
  • Notes 483
  • Bibliography 611
  • Illustration Credits 659
  • Index 661
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