Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung: Vol. V

The Period of the Socialist Revolution and Socialist Reconstruction (1)

The Chinese People Have Stood Up! (September 21, 1949)

Long Live the Great Unity of the Chinese People! (September 30, 1949)

Eternal Glory to the Heroes of the People! (September 30, 1949)

Always Keep to the Style of Plain Living and Hard Struggle (October 26, 1949)

Request for Opinions on the Tactics for Dealing With Rich Peasants (March 12, 1950)

Fight for a Fundamental Turn for the Better in the Nation's Financial and Economic Situation (June 6, 1950)

Don't Hit Out in All Directions (June 6, 1950)

Be a True Revolitionary (June 23, 1950)

You Are Models for the Whole Nation (September 25, 1950)

Order to the Chinese People's Volunteers (October 8, 1950)

The Chinese People's Volunteers Should Cherish Every Hill, Every River, Every Tree and Every Blade of Grass in Korea (January 19, 1951)

Main Points of the Resolution Adopted at the Enlarged Meeting of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (February 18, 1951)

I.    Twenty-two Months for Preparation
II.  Propaganda and Education Campaign for Resisting U.S. Aggression and Aiding Korea
III.   Agrarian Reform
IV.   Suppression of Counter-Revolutionaries
V.    Urban Work
VI.   Party Consolidation and Party Building
VII.  United Front Work
VIII. Rectification Movement

The Party's Mass Line Must Be Followed in Supressing Counter-Revolutionaries (May 1951)

Strike Surely, Accurately and Relentlessly in Supressing Counter-Revolutionaries (December 1950-- September 1951)

Pay Serious Attention to the Discussion of the Film The Life Wu Hsun (May 20, 1951)

Great Victories in Three Mass Movements (October 23, 1951)

On the Struggle Against the "Three Evils" and the "Five Evils" (November 1951--March 1952)

Take Mutual Aid and Co-Operation in Agriculture as a Major Task (December 15, 1951)

New Year's Day Message (January 1, 1952)

On the Policies for Our Work in Tibet -- Directive of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (April 6, 1952)

The Contradiction Between the Working Class and the Bourgeoisie is the Principal Contradiction in China (June 6, 1952)

Let Us Unite and Clearly Distinguish Between Ourselves and the Enemy (August 4, 1952)

Hail the Signal Victory of the Chinese People's Volunteers! (October 24, 1952)

Combat Bureaucracy, Commandism and Violations of the Law and Discipline (January 5, 1953)

Criticize Han Chaunvinism (March 16, 1953)

Solve the Problem of the "Five Excesses" (March 19, 1953)

Liu Shao-chi and Yang Shang-kun Criticized for Breach of Discipline in Issuing Documents in the Name of the Central Committeee without Authorization (May 19, 1953)

Refute Right Deviationist Views that Depart from the General Line (June 15, 1953)

The Youth League in Its Work Must Take the Characteristics of Youth Into Consideration (June 30, 1953)

On State Capitalism (July 9, 1953)

The Party's General Line for the Transition Period (August 1953)

Combat Bourgeois Ideas in the Party (August 12, 1953)

The Only Road for the Transformation of Capitalist Industry and Comme (September 7, 1953)

Our Great Victory in the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea and Our Future Tasks (September 12, 1953)

Criticism of Liang Shu-ming's Reactionary Ideas (September 16-18, 1953)

Two Talks on Mutual Aid and Co-Operation in Agriculture (October and November 1953)

I.  The Talk of October 15

II. The Talk of November 4

On the Draft Constitutionon of the People's Republic of China (June 14, 1954)

Strive to Build a Great Socialist Country (September 15, 1954)

Letter Concerning the Study of The Dream of the Red Chamber (October 16, 1954)

The Chinese People Cannot be Cowed by the Atom Bomb (January 28, 1955)

Speeches at the National Conference of the Communist Party of China (March 1955)

Opening Speech
Concluding Speech

I.  Evaluation of the Present Conference
II.  On the First Five-Year Plan
III. On the Anti-Party Alliance of Kao Kang and Jao Shu-shih
IV. On the Current Situation
V. Strive for the Successful Convocation of the Eighth National Congress of the Party

In Refutation of "Uniformity of Public Opinion" (May 24, 1955)

Preface and Editor's Notes to Material on the Counter-Revolutionary Hu Feng Clique (May and June 1955)

Editor's Notes (Selections)

On the Co-Operative Transformation of Agriculture (July 31, 1955)

Rely on Party and League Members and Poor and Lower-Middle Peasants in the Co-Operative Transformation of Agriculture (September 7, 1955)

The Debate on the Co-Operative Transformation of Agriculture and the Current Class Struggle (October 11, 1955)

I.   The Relationship Between Agricultural Co-operation and the Transformation of Capitalist Industry and Commerce
II.  A Summing-up of the Debate on the Question of Cooperation
III.  On the Question of Comprehensive Planning and More Effective Leadership
IV.  On Ideological Struggle
V.   Other Questions

Prefaces to Socialist Upsurge in China's Countryside (September and December 1955)

Preface I
Preface II

Editor's Notes from Socialist Upsurge in China's Countryside (September and December 1955)

Request for Opinions on the Seventeen-Article Document Concerning Agriculture (December 21, 1955)

Speed up the Socialist Transformation of Handicrafts (March 5, 1956)

On the Ten Major Relationships (April 25, 1956)

I.  The Relationship Between Heavy Industry on the One Hand and Light Industry and Agriculture on the Other
II. The Relationship Between Industry in the Coastal Regions and Industry in the Interior
III. The Relationship Between Economic Construction and Defense Construction
IV. The Relationship Between the State, the Units of Production and the Producers
V.  The Relationship Between the Central and the Local Authorities
VI. The Relationship Between the Han Nationality and the Minority Nationalities
VII. The Relationship Between Party and Non-Party
VIII. The Relationship Between Revolution and Counter-Revolution
IX. The Relationship Between Right and Wrong
X.  The Relationship Between China and Other Countries

U.S. Imperialism is a Paper Tiger (July 14, 1956)

Strengthen Party Unity and Carry Forward Party Traditions (August 30, 1956)

Some Experiences in Our Party's History (September 25, 1956)

In Commemoration of Dr. Sun Yat-sen (November 12, 1956)

Speech at the Second Plenary Session of the Eighth Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (November 15, 1956)

Talks at a Conference of Secretaries of Provincial, Municipal and Autonomous Region Party Committees (January 1957)

I.  The Talk of January 18
II. The Talk of January 27

On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the People (February 27, 1957)

I.  Two Types of Contradictions Differing in Nature
II. The Question of Eliminating Counter-Revolutionaries
III. The Question of the Co-operative Transformation of Agriculture
IV. The Question of the Industrialists and Businessmen
V.  The Question of the Intellectuals
VI. The Question of the Minority Nationalities
VII. Over-all Consideration and Proper Arrangement
VIII. On "Let a Hundred Flowers Blossom, Let a Hundred Schools of Thought Contend" and "Long-Term Coexistence and Mutual Supervision"
IX. On the Question of Disturbances Created by Small Numbers of People
X.  Can Bad Things Be Turned into Good Things?
XI. On Practicing Economy
XII.  China's Path to Industrialization

Speech at the Chinese Communist Party's National Conference on Propaganda Work (March 12, 1957)

Persevere in Plain Living and Hard Struggle, Maintain Close Ties with the Masses (March 1957)

Things Are Beginning to Change (May 15, 1957)

The Chinese Communist Party is the Core of Leadership of the While Chinese Party (May 25, 1957)

Muster Our Forces to Repulse the Rightists' Wild Attacks (June 8, 1957)

Wen Hui Pao's Bourgeois Orientation Should Be Criticized (July 1, 1957)

Beat Back the Attacks of the Bourgeois Rightists (July 9, 1957)

The Situation in the Summer of 1957 (July 1957)

Be Activists in Promoting the Revolution (October 9, 1957)

Have Firm Faith in the Majority of the People (October 13, 1957)

A Dialectical Approach to Inner Party Unity (November 18, 1957)

All Reactionaries Are Paper Tigers (November 18, 1957)

Further Reading:

Hua Guofeng: Continue the Revolution Under the Dictatorship of the Proletariat to the End: A Study of Volume V of the Selected Works of Mao Tsetung (1977)



Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung