Maoism The Real Child of Stalinism

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Maoism The Real Child of Stalinism

A pamphlet about Maoism from an internationalist perspective.

Table of Contents

  • The position of the working class and the formation of the Communist Party of China

  • The Communist International and the Chinese Revolution

  • Russia, stronghold of anti-revolution

  • The revolutionary struggle between 1925 and 1927

  • General Chiang Kai-shek’s coup and military expedition to the north

  • The uprising of the Shanghai proletariat

  • The revolutionary bourgeoisie massacred the working class

  • The destruction of the party of the working class

  • The Red Army and the leaders of the uprising

  • Trotsky and lessons learned from the experiences of 1927

  • The Communist Left and a lesson on China’s development

  • The scene of imperialist controversy

  • Great marching in the service of the Imperialist War

  • The reunification of the Chinese Communist Party with the Kuomintang

  • Wang Ming’s defeat and the appeasement of the United States

  • Mao’s domination over the Party and refining the opposition

  • The formation of state capitalism under the title of “The People’s Republic of China”

  • Crisis in the counter-revolutionary camp

  • Last word and conclusion

mcolome
Mao and Stalin

There were not any major differences between Stalin and Trotsky either

d-man
is this pamphlet online in English?

I don't seem to find this pamphlet online in English.

As regards mcolome's comment, there are major differences between Stalin and Trotsky, for instance precisely about the above-mentoned Chinese question.

Also, I would say there are even not so "smal" differences between the consolidated state power of Stalin and Mao. To my knowledge there was no comparabe massacre in Mao's China like on the scale of the 1937-38 Stalinist terror against the own revolutionary party.

Comunero
I don't think the scale of a

I don't think the scale of a massacre is any kind of meaningful difference. It's more important that in the Cultural Revolution the main massacre wasn't executed in a planned way and carried out by trained and well organized repressive organs, it was more a pogromist chaos which Map was able to more or less control to his own means. I don't have any important insight in the meaning of this, but it's possible that it sheds some light in the difference between a State emerged from the defeat of a proletarian revolution and a stalinist State emerged from a bourgeois conflict. But a discussion about numbers doesn't seem very productive.