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FROM MARX TO MAO TSE-SUNG

FROM MARX TO MAO TSE-SUNG

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F'ROM
MARX
TO
MAO
TSE-TUNG
Stud2
in
Reaolutionary
Dialectics
by
GEORGE
THOMSON
They
Lrave
completely
failed
to
understand
what
is
decisive
in
Marxism, namely,
its
revolutionary
dialec-tics.
-Lenin
CHINA
POLICY
STUDY
GROUP
LONDON
 
To
the memory
ofDOUGLASGARMAN
(
r
9o3-r969)
Copyright@
rgTr by
GeorgeThomson
Published
by
theChinaPolicy
Study Group,
London
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e
All
rights
reserved,
including
permission
to
translate orreproduce thisbook
or
portionsthereof,
except
with
thepermission
of
the
publishers,
or by way
of
review.
MADBAND PRINTED
IN
GREAT
BRITAINBY
THE
GARDEN
CITY
PRESS
LIMMED
LETCHWORTH,
HERTFORDS
HIRE
sc6
l;s
Preface
This
is
a
Marxist
study
of
the
Russian
Revolution of
rgrT
and
the
Chinese
Revolution
of
1949, designed
todemonstrate
theirunity
andcontinuity
as
two
succes-
sive
stages
in
the
world
socialist
revolution.Their
common theoretical
foundation is
expounded
by
means
of
extensive
quotations
from
the
Marxist
classics,
especially
the
writings
of
Leninand
Mao
Tse-tung.
Theseenable
the
reader
to
followthetwo
revolutions
through the minds
of
those
who led
them,
and
at
the
same
time
theyprovide
him
with
anintroductionto
thebasic
principles
of
dialectical andhistoricalmaterialism;
forthat
theory
can
only
be
understood
in
the
lightof
the
revolutionary
struggles
out of
which
it
has
grown
and
in
which
it
finds
its fullest
and
clearest
expression.
The
book
is
dedicated
to
the
memory
of
Douglas
Garman,
from
whom
I
received
my
training
inMarxism.
As
national
education
organiser
of
theBritishCommunist
Party
(C.P.G.B.),
he
created
a
network of
Party
schools,
attended
by
industrial
workers
from
all
parts
of
thecountryand tutored
by
himself
and
others
whomhe
had trained
in
his
superb
method
of
teaching
through
controlled
discussion.
He
gave
up
this
work
in
rg5o
owing
to
disagreements
with
the
Party
leadership
over
the
revisionist
line
of
the
British Road
to
Socialism,
which he
opposed
from the
beginning.
In
that
struggle
he
was
defeated,
but
among
thosewho
passed
throughhisParty
schools
thereweremany
who,
like
myself, have never
forgottenhis
lessons
in
revolu-
tionary
dialectics,
andthis
has helped
them
to
see
rvhere
the
revolutionary
path
lies
today.
I
I
I
!
I
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l,
Birminghant.,
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GEORGE THOMSON

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