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New Left Review I/49, May-June 1968


Andre Glucksmann

Politics and War in the thought of Mao Tse-tung

War politics, politics war—each ‘continues’ the other: ‘After several decades, the victory of the Chinese people’s democratic revolution, viewed in retrospect, will seem like only a brief prologue to a long drama.’ [1] Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung (English translation from the First and Second Chinese Editions, Peking, 1961 & 1965), Vol. IV, p. 374 (1949).

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