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Both the Chinese and American cultural revolutions involve an ongoing and intensively aggravated program, despite the risk of losing control, so as to let it rip--a temperamental characteristic of the Left, although not always exclusive to it.
Lenin also emphasizes the continuity of class struggle in socialist countries with changed forms, and it is cultural revolution that can "make our country a complete socialist country" (Lenin 136-7, 210).
Having endured many physical and psychological adversities and becoming profoundly disillusioned with the "Maoist Utopia," most of the pre-Cultural Revolution zhiqing were anxious to return home when opportunities presented themselves as the Cultural Revolution was winding down.
Otherwise, in Dikotter's portrayal, people during the Cultural Revolution do not really act; at best, they react to commands from the top.
Even before the Cultural Revolution Chinese theater-goers were used to a certain style of film.
Originally a left-wing revisionist notion, breaking with the orthodox Marxist base-superstructure model by giving "culture" a degree of autonomy and independent agency vis-a-vis the means of material production, the cultural revolution that took shape under neoliberal capitalism during the Reagan-Thatcher '80s has absorbed, through advertising, design, and "the media," both the energies of the counterculture and the tactics of the artistic avant-garde; and, in a second move, it has staged a slow but steady takeover of the art world.
By 1981, the Chinese Communist Party had disowned the Cultural Revolution, passing a resolution which while still acclaiming Mao as a pioneering genius, condemned this particular 'revolution' as an error for whose horrors the 'Gang of Four' - Mao's wife Jiang Qing and her three closest aides - were mainly responsible.
His answer was the Cultural Revolution. On May 16, 1966, the Chinese Communist Party issued a memo outlining Mao's ideas for this new revolution, which targeted "bourgeoisie capitalists" and authority figures in general.
The memoirs and fiction about Mao's Cultural Revolution (1966-76) that were published in the post-Mao Peoples Republic (PRC) disappointed Peking University Indologist Ji Xianlin (1911-2009): they lacked candor about Cultural Revolution brutality and dishonestly portrayed their authors solely as victims.
Yet instead of recoiling from the ideology and organization that tore apart his family and his country, Xi has adopted the key tenets and tools of the Cultural Revolution as his own.
In China itself, though, the Cultural Revolution is still taboo, as it has been for more than 30 years.
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