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Collected Writings [PDF / Epub] ★ Collected Writings By Mao Zedong – Mao Zedong also known as Mao Tse tung is regarded as one of the most controversial figures in modern world history Having conuered the country he ruled the People's Republic of China from its establis Mao Zedong also known as Mao Tse tung is regarded as one of the most controversial figures in modern world history Having conuered the country he ruled the People's Republic of China from its establishment as a Communist state in until the time of his death in Brilliant and ruthless his legacy includes guerrilla warfare tactics violent cultural revolutions and enduring Communist propaganda He was named one of the most influential figures of the th century by Time Magazine Eric Margolis of the Huffington Post writes of Chairman Mao Mao was an accomplished poet writer and historian a profound thinker and a superb military strategist He crushed the US backed Nationalist's million strong armies in a series of titanic battles forcing his rival Chiang Kai shek to flee to Taiwan The Great Helmsman united fractured war torn China restoring its pride and self confidence after two centuries of humiliation Mao thwarted both Soviet and US efforts to turn China into a client state and built up China's military power Mao's aides dared not tell him millions were starving Red Emperor Mao was prodigal with his people's lives and according to aides who were close to him was shockingly indifferent to their suffering Mao horrified even brutal Soviet leaders by saying he was prepared to lose half his people to emerge victorious from a nuclear war The first volume in this special collection contains six important lectures and essays by Chairman Mao Part Basic Tactics Part On Correcting Mistaken Ideas in the Party Part The Chinese Revolution and the Chinese Communist Party Part The Role of the Chinese Communist Party Part The Orientation of the Youth Movement Part Win the Masses Excerpt from Collected Writings of Chairman Mao Politics and Tactics by Mao Zedong Reprinted by permission All rights reserved WE MUST ORGANIZE THE MASSES AND UNITE WITH THEM Modern warfare is not a matter in which armies alone can determine victory or defeat Especially in guerrilla combat we must rely on the force of the popular masses for it is only thus that we can have a guarantee of success The support of the masses offers us great advantages as regards transport assistance to wounded intelligence disruption of the enemy's position etc At the same time the enemy can be put into an isolated position thus further increasing our advantages If by misfortune we are defeated it will also be possible to escape or to find concealment Conseuently we must not lightly give battle in places where the masses are not organized and linked to us WE MUST NOT FEAR THE ENEMY When we see the enemy simply because he has a weapon in his hands we must not be frightened to death like a rat who sees a cat We must not be afraid of approaching him or infiltrating into his midst in order to carry out sabotage We are men; our enemies are also men; we are all men so what should we fear The fact that he has weapons We can find a way to seize his weapons All we are afraid of is getting killed by the enemy But when we undergo the oppression of the enemy to such a point as this how can anyone still fear death And if we do not fear death then what is there to fear about the enemy So when we see the enemy whether he is many or few we must act as though he can satisfy our hunger and immediately swallow him.

  • Paperback
  • 212 pages
  • Collected Writings
  • Mao Zedong
  • English
  • 19 December 2016
  • 9781934255254

About the Author: Mao Zedong

Mao Zedong also transliterated as Mao Tse tung and commonly referred to as Chairman Mao was a Chinese Communist revolutionary guerrilla warfare strategist Marxist political philosopher and leader of the Chinese Revolution He was the architect and founding father of the People's Republic of China PRC from its establishment in and held control over the nation until his death in .