Red China: How to End the Class Struggle

Ever since Moscow and Peking openly split on Communist ideology, Mao Tse-tung's high command has been quietly cracking down on everyone rash enough to question the hard-line Marxism separating him from the hated Khrushchev revisionists. Apparently, the purges have not been too successful, for last week the shadow of dialectic oblivion was falling on Mao's two most influential victims so far, and it had be gun to look as if the biggest public brainwash since 1957 was not far away.

Latest victims were two widely respected intellectuals, Central Committee Member Yang Hsien-chen, party the oretician and former president of...

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