Deng Xiaoping Archive




Mobilize New Recruits and Conduct Political Work Among Them, 1938

The Party and the Anti-Japanese Democratic Government, 1941

The Principles, Tasks and Orientation for Cultural Work in the 129th Division, 1941

In Celebration of the Fiftieth Birthday of Comrade Liu Bocheng, 1942

A General Account of the Struggle Against the Enemy Over the Past Five Years, 1943

Organizational Work and Application of Policy in Enemy-Occupied Areas, 1943

The Establishment of Base Areas and the Mass Movement, 1943

Economic Development in the Taihang Area, 1943

Speech at the Mobilization Meeting on Rectification in the Party School of the Northern Bureau, 1943

Build Stable Base Areas in the Dabie Mountains, 1947

The Situation Following Our Triumphant Advance to the Central Plains and Our Future Policies and Strategy , 1948

Carry Out the Party Central Committee’s Directive on the Work of Land Reform and of Party Consolidation, 1948

Some Suggestions Concerning Our Entry Into New Areas in the Future, 1948

Outline Plan for the Nanjing-Shanghai-Hangzhou Campaign, 1949

Break the Blockade Imposed By the Imperialists, 1949

From the Crossing of the Yangtze to the Capture of Shanghai, 1949

Tactics for Working in the New Area of Guizhou, 1949



Report Delivered At a Conference on the Press in Southwest China, 1950

Overcome the Current Unhealthy Tendencies in the Party Organizations of Southwest China, 1950

The Question of Minority Nationalities in the Southwest, 1950

Outline for the Report At the Meeting on Urban Work Convened by the Southwest Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, 1950

The Entire Party Should Attach More Importance to United Front Work, 1951

Agrarian Reform in Southwest China and Our Experience, 1951

Six Principles For Financial Work, 1954

The Overall Situation Should Be Taken Into Consideration In Local Financial Work, 1954

Conceit and Complacency Are the Archenemy of Unity, 1954

Run Our Schools Well and Train Cadres, 1954

Report On the Revision of the Constitution of the Communist Party of China, 1956

Integrate Marxism-Leninism With the Concrete Conditions of China, 1956

Our Chief Task Ahead is Building Up the Country, 1957

The Communist Party Must Accept Supervision, 1957

Congratulatory Speech Delivered At the Third National Congress of the New-Democratic Youth League of China, 1957

Education Should Be Made Universal and Educational Standards Raised, 1958



Correctly Disseminate Mao Zedong Thought, 1960

Encourage Thorough and Meticulous Work, 1961

Promote Large Numbers of Young Technicians, 1961

It is Important to Accomplish Our Day-to-Day Work, 1961

Speech Delivered At An Enlarged Working Conference of the Party Central Committee, 1962

Measures For Overcoming Our Present Difficulties, 1962

Restore Agricultural Production, 1962

Questions Concerning Cadres of the Party in Power, 1962

Be Realistic and Look to the Future, 1963

Build a Mature and Combat-Effective Party, 1965



Speech at the Special Session of the U.N. General Assembly, 1974

The Army Needs To Be Consolidated, 1975

The Whole Party Should Take the Overall Interest Into Account and Push the Economy Forward, 1975

Some Problems Outstanding in the Iron and Steel Industry, 1975

Strengthen Party Leadership and Rectify the Party’s Style of Work, 1975

The Task of Consolidating the Army , 1975

On Consolidating National Defence Enterprises, 1975

Some Comments On Industrial Development, 1975

Priority Should Be Given to Scientific Research, 1975

Things Must Be Put In Order In All Fields, 1975

The “Two Whatevers” Do Not Accord With Marxism, 1977

Respect Knowledge, Respect Trained Personnel, 1977

Mao Zedong Thought Must Be Correctly Understood As An Integral Whole, 1977

Some Comments On Work In Science and Education, 1977

The Army Should Attach Strategic Importance To Education and Training, 1977

Setting Things Right In Education, 1977

Speech At a Plenary Meeting of the Military Commission of the Central Committee of the CPC, 1977

Speech At the Opening Ceremony of the National Conference On Science, 1978

Adhere to the Principle “To Each According To His Work”, 1978

Speech At the National Conference On Education, 1978

Realize the Four Modernizations and Never Seek Hegemony, 1978

Speech At the All-Army Conference On Political Work, 1978

Hold High the Banner of Mao Zedong Thought and Adhere to the Principle of Seeking Truth From Facts, 1978

Update Enterprises With Advanced Technology and Managerial Expertise, 1978

Carry Out the Policy of Opening to the Outside World and Learn Advanced Science and Technology From Other Countries, 1978

The Working Class Should Make Outstanding Contributions to the Four Modernizations, 1978

Emancipate the Mind, Seek Truth From Facts and Unite As One In Looking to the Future, 1978

Put On the Agenda Settlement of the Taiwan Question For the Reunification of the Motherland, 1979

We Should Make Use of Foreign Funds and Let Former Capitalist Industrialists and Businessmen Play Their Role In Developing the Economy, 1979

Uphold the Four Cardinal Principles, 1979

The United Front and the Tasks of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference In the New Period, 1979

Neither Democracy Nor the Legal System Should Be Weakened, 1979

The Organizational Line Guarantees the Implementation of the Ideological and Political Lines, 1979

Some Comments On Economic Work, 1979

All Democratic Parties and Federations of Industry and Commerce Are Political Forces Serving Socialism, 1979

Speech Greeting the Fourth Congress of Chinese Writers and Artists, 1979

Senior Cadres Should Take the Lead In Maintaining and Enriching the Party’s Fine Traditions, 1979

We Can Develop A Market Economy Under Socialism, 1979

China’s Goal Is To Achieve Comparative Prosperity By the End of the Century, 1979



The Present Situation and the Tasks Before Us, 1980

Adhere to the Party Line and Improve Methods of Work, 1980

Streamline the Army and Raise Its Combat Effectiveness, 1980

Remarks On Successive Drafts of the “Resolution On Certain Questions In the History of Our Party Since the Founding of the People’s Republic of China”, 1980-1981

To Build Socialism We Must First Develop the Productive Forces, 1980

On Questions of Rural Policy, 1980

An Important Principle For Handling Relations Between Fraternal Parties, 1980

On the Reform of the System of Party and State Leadership, 1980

Answers to the Italian Journalist Oriana Fallaci , 1980

Implement the Policy of Readjustment, Ensure Stability and Unity, 1980

Our Principled Position On the Development of Sino-U.S. Relations, 1981

On Opposing Wrong Ideological Tendencies, 1981

Closing Speech At the Sixth Plenary Session of the Eleventh Central Committee of the CPC, 1981

The Primary Task of Veteran Cadres Is To Select Young and Middle-Aged Cadres For Promotion, 1981

Concerning Problems On the Ideological Front , 1981

Build Powerful, Modern and Regularized Revolutionary Armed Forces, 1981

Streamlining Organizations Constitutes A Revolution, 1982

Combat Economic Crime, 1982

China’s Historical Experience In Economic Construction, 1982

Speech At a Forum of the Military Commission of the Central Committee of the CPC, 1982

Advisory Commissions Will Be a Transitional Measure For the Abolition of Life Tenure In Leading Posts, 1982

China’s Foreign Policy, 1982

Opening Speech At the Twelfth National Congress of the Communist Party of China, 1982

Speech At the First Plenary Session of the Central Advisory Commission of the Communist Party of China, 1982

We Shall Concentrate On Economic Development, 1982

Our Basic Position On the Question of Hong Kong , 1982

In the First Decade, Prepare For the Second, 1982

Promote the Friendship Between China and India and Increase South-South Cooperation, 1982

Plant Trees Everywhere, 1982

Our Work In All Fields Should Contribute To the Building of Socialism With Chinese Characteristics, 1983

Remarks After An Inspection Tour of Jiangsu Province and Other Places, 1983

We Are Building a Socialist Society With Both High Material Standards and High Cultural and Ethical Standards, 1983

We Are On the Right Track and Our Policies Will Not Change, 1983

An Idea For the Peaceful Reunification of the Chinese Mainland and Taiwan, 1983

Use the Intellectual Resources of Other Countries and Open Wider to the Outside World, 1983

Crack Down On Crime, 1983

Message Written For Jingshan School, 1983

The Party’s Urgent Tasks On the Organizational and Ideological Fronts, 1983

A New Approach to Stabilization the World Situation, 1984

Make a Success of Special Economic Zones and Open More Cities To the Outside World, 1984

We Should Take a Longer-Range View In Developing Sino-Japanese Relations, 1984

We Must Safeguard World Peace and Ensure Domestic Development, 1984

One Country, Two Systems, 1984

Building a Socialism With a Specifically Chinese Character, 1984

We Shall Be Paying Close Attention To Developments In Hong Kong During the Transition Period, 1984

Speech At the Ceremony Celebrating the 35th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China, 1984

Maintain Prosperity and Stability In Hong Kong, 1984

Our Magnificent Goal and Basic Policies, 1984

We Regard Reform As A Revolution, 1984

Speech At the Third Plenary Session of the Central Advisory Commission of the Communist Party of China, 1984

We Must Follow Our Own Road In Economic Development As We Did In Revolution, 1984

The Principles of Peaceful Coexistence Have a Potentially Wide Application, 1984

The Army Should Subordinate Itself to the General Interest, Which Is to Develop the Country, 1984

China Will Always Keep Its Promises, 1984

Peace and Development Are the Two Outstanding Issues In the World Today, 1985

The Reform of the System For Managing Science and Technology Is Designed To Liberate the Productive Forces, 1985

Unity Depends On Ideals and Discipline, 1985

Reform Is China’s Second Revolution, 1985

We Shall Expand Political Democracy and Carry Out Economic Reform, 1985

Devote Special Effort To Education, 1985

Bourgeois Liberalization Means Taking the Capitalist Road, 1985

Speech At An Enlarged Meeting of the Military Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, 1985

Reform and Opening To the Outside World Are A Great Experiment, 1985

Seize the Opportune Moment To Advance the Reform, 1985

Special Economic Zones Should Shift Their Economy From A Domestic Orientation To An External Orientation, 1985

Two Kinds Of Comments About China’s Reform, 1985

Reform Is the Only Way For China to Developed Its Productive Forces, 1985

Speech At the National Conference of the Communist Party of China, 1985

There Is No Fundamental Contradiction Between Socialism and a Market Economy, 1985

Talk At a Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee, 1986

Let the Facts Speak for Themselves, 1986

Keeping To Socialism and the Policy of Peace, 1986

Remarks On the Domestic Economic Situation, 1986

For the Great Unity of the Entire Chinese Nation, 1986

Help the People Understand the Importance of the Rule of Law, 1986

Remarks During An Inspection Tour of Tianjin, 1986

Replies To the American TV Correspondent Mike Wallace, 1986

On Reform of the Political Structure, 1986

Remarks At the Sixth Plenary Session of the Party’s Twelfth Central Committee, 1986

China Cannot Advance Without Science, 1986

In Memory of Liu Bocheng, 1986

We Must Unite the People On the Basis of Firm Convictions, 1986

On the Reform of Enterprises and of the Banking System, 1986

Take A Clear-Cut Stand Against Bourgeois Liberalization, 1986

We Have To Clear Away Obstacles and Continue To Advance, 1987

We Must Promote Education In the Four Cardinal Principles and Adhere To the Policies of Reform and Opening To the Outside World, 1987

Planning and the Market Are Both Means of Developing the Productive Forces, 1987

We Must Tell Our Young People About China’s History, 1987

China Can Only Take the Socialist Road, 1987

We Must Carry Out Socialist Construction In An Orderly Way Under the Leadership of the Party, 1987

How To Judge the Soundness of A Country’s Political System, 1987

Speech At A Meeting With the Members of the Committee For Drafting the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, 1987

To Uphold Socialism We Must Eliminate Poverty, 1987

We Shall Draw On Historical Experience and Guard Against Wrong Tendencies, 1987

Be On Guard Against Attempts To Revive Militarism In Japan, 1987

Reform and Opening To the Outside World Can Truly Invigorate China, 1987

We Shall Speed Up Reform, 1987

Nothing Can Be Accomplished Without A Stable Political Environment, 1987

China’s Policy, Based On the Equality of Nationalities, Is To Accelerate Development In Tibet, 1987

The Two Basic Elements In China’s Policies, 1987

In Everything We Do We Must Proceed From the Realities of the Primary Stage of Socialism, 1987

We Are Undertaking An Entirely New Endeavour, 1987

Two Features of the Thirteenth National Congress of the Communist Party of China, 1987

We Must Emancipate Our Means and Think Independently, 1988

We Must Rationalize Prices and Accelerate the Reform, 1988

We Must Continue To Emancipate Our Minds and Accelerate the Reform, 1988

We Should Draw On the Experience of Other Countries, 1988

We Should Maintain Moderately Rapid Growth of Production, 1988

Circumstances Oblige Us To Deepen the Reform and Open Wider To the Outside World, 1988

We Review the Past To Open Up A New Path To the Future, 1988

Science and Technology Constitute A Primary Productive Force, 1988

The Central Leadership Must Have Authority, 1988

China Must Take Its Place In the Field of High Technology, 1988

A New International Order Should Be Established With the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence As Norms, 1988

The Overriding Need Is For Stability, 1989

China Will Tolerate No Disturbances, 1989

Maintain the Tradition of Hard Struggle, 1989

Let Us Put the Past Behind Us and Open Up A New Era, 1989

We Must Form A Promising Collective Leadership That Will Carry Out Reform, 1989

Address To Officers At the Rank of General and Above In Command of the Troops Enforcing Martial Law In Beijing, 1989

Urgent Tasks of China’s Third Generation of Collective Leadership, 1989

With Stable Policies of Reform and Opening To the Outside World, China Can Have Great Hopes For the Future, 1989

A Letter To the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, 1989

We Are Confident That We Can Handle China’s Affairs Well, 1989

No One Can Shake Socialist China, 1989

The United States Should Take the Initiative In Putting An End To the Strains In Sino-American Relations, 1989

Speech To Comrades Who Had Attended An Enlarged Meeting of the Military Commission of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, 1989

A Review of the History of the Second Field Army, 1989

We Must Adhere To Socialism and Prevent Peaceful Evolution Towards Capitalism, 1989

First Priority Should Always Be Given To National Sovereignty and Security, 1989

Sino-U.S. Relations Must Be Improved, 1989

The Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Is of Historic and International Significance, 1990

The International Situation and Economic Problems, 1990

We Are Working To Revitalize the Chinese Nation, 1990

China Will Never Allow Other Countries To Interfere In Its Internal Affairs, 1990

We Should All Strive To Reunify the Motherland, 1990

Seize the Opportunity To Develop the Economy, 1990

Remarks Made During An Inspection Tour of Shanghai, 1991

Review Your Experience and Use Professionally Trained People, 1991

Excerpts From Talks Given In Wuchang, Shenzhen, Zhuhai and Shanghai, 1992



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