Mao Zedong

<biography, politics, history of philosophy> chinese revolutionary leader and founder of the People's Republic of China (1893-1976). While leading the Chinese revolution, Mao wrote extensively on the theoretical application of Marx's philosophy to the traditional values of Chinese culture. Many of his comments are included in Quotations from Chairman Mao. Other significant articles include Analysis of the Classes in Chinese Society (1926) On Practice (1937), and On New Democracy (1940). Recommended Reading: Zedong Mao, On Guerrilla Warfare, tr. by Samuel B. Griffith (Illinois, 2000); Jonathan D. Spence, Mao Zedong (Viking, 1999); and Critical Perspectives on Mao Zedong's Thought, ed. by Arif Dirlik, Paul Michael Healy, and Nick Knight (Promethean, 1997).

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