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

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already been thoroughly brought to light, and preliminarily clarified the circumstances under which Liu Shaoqi had instigated and instructed them to surrender to the enemy and turn coat against the Communist Party. In this investigative report, the Weidong Red Guards once again iterated the following, unequivocally and clearly: "The declaration of their renunciation of the Party was made under directions and instructions from Liu Shaoqi, and they were put up to it by the Northern Bureau, which had usurped the name of the Central Committee."

"He who is not afraid of death by a thousand cuts dares to unhorse the emperor."6

Under the guidance of the invincible Mao Zedong Thought, this group of revolutionary "nobodies," who were originally unknown and students from Nankai University who were not well recognized, once again declared war on the "Colossus of the Day"--Liu Shaoqi! They declared war on Liu Shaoqi's Big Renegade Clique!


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Interrogation Record: Wang Guangmei

Qinghua University "Jinggangshan Regiment" Red Guards

Source: The "South Sea Wall" Combat Team of the Capital Red Guard Congress, Qinghua University "Jinggangshan" Regiment, ed., Sanshen dapashou Wang Guangmei (pipan cailiao) (Thrice Interrogating Big Pickpocket Wang Guangmei (Denunciation Materials) (N.p., n.d.), pp. 1-7, as reprinted in Red Guard Publications ( Washington D.C.: Center for Chinese Research Materials, 1975), Vol. 17, pp. 5547-63.

The place: Qinghua University central building, 7th floor

The time: Around six-thirty A.M. [10 April 1967]

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Lines from the novel Dream of the Red Chamber, here most likely quoted from Mao Zedong's "Speech at the Chinese Communist Party's National Conference on Propaganda Work" ( March 1957) in which Mao had cited them to characterize "the dauntless spirit needed in our struggle to build socialism and communism."

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