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

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Concerning Open Propaganda About the Redressing of the Unjust Case of Comrade Liu Shaoqi
CCP Central Propaganda DepartmentSource: This is the text of "Guanyu pingfan Liu Shaoqi tongzhi yuanan de gongkai xuanchuan," originally published in Xuanchuan dongtai (Propaganda Trends), the organ of the Central Propaganda Department, on 25 February 1980. Our translation is based on the reprint in Xuanchuan dongtai xuanbian 1980 (Selections from Propaganda Trends 1980) ( Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue chubanshe, 1981), pp. 52-54.A formal resolution to redress the unjust case of Comrade Liu Shaoqi will be made by the Fifth Plenum of the Eleventh Central Committee and will be announced in its communique.1 This is an event of major domestic and international political impact, and we must absolutely do a good job of dealing with it in our open propaganda.
1. Until the communique of the Fifth Plenum has been made public, newspapers and magazines should refrain from attempting to be the first to publish news, articles, photographs, or other materials about comrade Shaoqi's rehabilitation.
2. Eventually, a series of articles, based on the Center's resolution to rehabilitate and the relevant historical reinvestigation materials (not to be openly published), will be put together and published in a uniform fashion. They will illustrate how comrade Shaoqi's alleged "arrest and defection" in Changsha, his alleged "treacherous activities" in Wuhan and Lushan, and his alleged "arrest and defection" in Shenyang, etc., are all totally unfounded frame-ups. The three great crimes imposed on him, of "renegade, hidden traitor, and scab," will be thoroughly overturned.
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Cf. "Communique of the Fifth Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China," Beijing Review, No. 10, 10 March 1980, pp. 7-10.

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