[This issue of Peking Review is from massline.org. Massline.org has kindly given us permission to to place these documents on the MIA. We made only some formatting changes to make them congruent with our style sheets.]
[This item is reprinted from Peking Review, Vol. 11, #44, Nov. 1, 1968, p. 2 (inside front cover).]
In the countryside, schools and colleges should be managed by the poor and lower-middle peasants — the most reliable ally of the working class.
* * *
The people of all countries, the masses comprising more than 90 per cent of the entire population, sooner or later want revolution and sooner or later support Marxism-Leninism. They will not support revisionism. Though some people may support revisionism for a while, they will eventually cast it aside. They are bound to awaken gradually; they are bound to oppose the imperialists and reactionaries in all countries; they are bound to oppose revisionism.
* * *
The seizure of power by armed force, the settlement of the issue by war, is the central task and the highest form of revolution. This Marxist-Leninist principle of revolution holds good universally, for China and for all other countries.
Problems of War and Strategy (November 6, 1938)
Peking Review Index | Chinese Communism | Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung