Restore the Truth of History
Mao Zedong and His Comrades-in-arms
Scholars from China discussed and clarified erroneous viewpoints on the history of the Communist Party of China, the Chinese history and Mao Zedong Thought in a reasonable and theoretical way.
In recent years, historical nihilism in the studies on the history of the Communist Party of China, the Chinese history and Mao Zedong Thought has proposed all kinds of erroneous viewpoints, such as overgeneralizing, ignoring the overall picture while seizing upon one point, deliberately distorting, misinterpreting in the name of exposing mysteries, or reversing black and white, and achieving total denial through an infinite outline. The articles included in Restore the Truth of History are specifically selected by researchers of the history of the CPC and national history to clarify some erroneous arguments. Starting from historical facts and using the standpoint and method of historical materialism, they put forward facts to reason and clarify them in a reasonable and theoretical way.
In Defence of Mao Zedong’s On Contradiction
―Response to the Article “Is On Contradiction the Original Work of Mao Zedong?”
by Xu Quanxing
The Relationship between the Party and the Intellectuals in Yan’an
by Gong Yun
Three Issues of State Monopoly in the Purchasing and Marketing of Grain
by Tang Zhengmang, Mo Qinghong
How to Understand China’s Socialist Transformation in 1950s?
by Xie Yi
Aiming to Break the “Poverty Trap” was the Main Reason for the Formation of Planned Economy in China
by Wu Li
USSR Had Indeed “Debited China for the Weaponry” in Those Years
by Shi Yun
Mao Zedong’s Poems: A Model for Contemporary Poem Creation
―And a Discussion about the Guiding Role of Mao’s Poetry on Contemporary Reform and Innovation of China’s Poetry
by Yi Xing
Land Reform was a Great Revolution in the Sphere of Production Relations
by Wang Ruifang
Is Guo Moruo a Controversial Literary Giant?
by He Gang
Mao Zedong Did Not Support the View of Secluding China from the Outside World
by Xue Guangzhou
A Historical Evaluation of New China’s Foreign Aid Policies
by Zhang Jun
Immortal Mao Zedong
by Fang Wei
Mao Zedong’s Contributions to the Exploration of Path of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics Should Not Be Belittled
by Li Jie
Mao Zedong Has Made At Least Five Major Contributions to the Chinese Nation
by Li Jie
Resolving the Theoretical Paradox of Historical Nihilism
by Han Jiong
China’s Historical Course Cannot Be Denied
by Yang Jun
Historical Philosophy on How to Appraise Historical Events and Figures
by Ma Rong
Li Shenming, born in October 1949 in Wenxian, Henan Province, postgraduate degree, research fellow, doctoral supervisor, major general military rank, former vice-president of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and deputy secretary of the Party group. Representative of the 16th and 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, Standing Committee of the 10th, 11th and 12th National People’s Congress, vice-chairman of the 12th National People’s Congress Internal Affairs and Judicial Committee. Director of the World Socialism Research Center attached to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
His representative works include: Live in Peace and Think about Danger – Historical Lessons from the Collapse of the CPSU, China’s Great Party Building in the Context of Globalization, Li Shenming’s Selected Works; editor-in-chief of World Socialism Tracking Research Report – and Listen to the “Trough and New Tides” (Series), Global Political and Security Report (Yellow Paper Series) and Frontiers of Deng Xiaoping Theory Research (Series).
Li Jie, born in February 1955 in Beijing, postgraduate degree, research fellow, doctoral supervisor, former vice-president and member of the Party Committee of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, former deputy director of the Party Literature Research Center of the CPC Central Committee, Representative of the 16th and 17th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, former president of the journal Qiushi, president of the Chinese History Society. He has long been engaged in the study of the history of the Communist Party of China and the study of the life of Mao Zedong Thought.
He is the author of Mao Zedong and New China’s Internal Affairs and Diplomacy, Li Jie’s Selected Works, A Quiet Thinking over China’s History, Mao Zedong’s Historical Contribution to New China, etc.
Publication date: 2020
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