Fb2 Mao (What They Really Said S.) ePub
by T. White,Philippe Devillers
|Author:||T. White,Philippe Devillers|
|Publisher:||TBS The Book Service Ltd; First Edition edition (July 1, 1969)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1292 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1142 kb|
|Digital formats:||docx txt doc lit|
They then quote Mao at the Wuchang Conference as saying Working like this, with all these projects, half of China .
They then quote Mao at the Wuchang Conference as saying Working like this, with all these projects, half of China may well have to die. This quotation appears in the heading of Chang and Halliday’s chapter on the Great Leap Forward. But it is obvious from the actual text of the speech that what Mao is doing is warning of the dangers of overwork and over-enthusiasm in the Great Leap Forward, while using a fair bit of hyperbole. In this part of the discussion, Mao talks about the idea of developing all the major industries and agriculture in one fell swoop.
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She had on a white sweatshirt with green letters on the back that said .
She had on a white sweatshirt with green letters on the back that said Namath No. 12. The shirt looked as if it was one hundred years old. And she never wears jeans like everybody else. Instead, she wears long wool skirts. Her glasses are perfectly round. Everybody at school says she looks just like an owl. The week before, Angie, one of my friends, had told her she should get new glasses so she would look normal. If two people are both leaders, or they are both followers, they probably wouldn& be friends. She smiled at me. I smiled back.
Complete what they said. A neighbor came in and said that President Kennedy was dead. Мэгги и Пит вспоминают когда они услышали важные новости. Завершите то, что они сказали. A 1) It was November 1963 and we 2) were having dinner with my family. I 3) was about ten years old, so I didn’t really understand, but I still remember my parents’ faces - they were shocked and I 4) felt frightened
This book gets depressing really quick. Seems like an interesting subject I could find no history of their old birth records - nothing. Their census records all said Virginia. Why Virginia? The writer explains all that and much more!
This book gets depressing really quick. Seems like an interesting subject. They really didn't care where they got slaves from it was really all about the money. There are people that will sell their own mother into slavery if they could get enough money. Just another of the horrors of unbridled greed. I am going to try to finish it. Just like the book I am reading about Mao. Another one that gets depressing really quick. Leaders who don't think twice about starving millions of their citizens. I could find no history of their old birth records - nothing. Why Virginia? The writer explains all that and much more!
That said, Short hits his stride in describing China under Mao during the period of 1950-76. Short makes an apt comparison at the end that also struck me: Mao's model, the first emperor of the Qin, unified China with horrific violence and his dynasty was short lived. However, it was followed by the Han dynasty and a Golden Age for China. We cannot know where they are going unless we know where they have been. Mar 23, 2015 Albert Meier rated it it was amazing.