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APPENDIX : RESOLUTION ON QUESTIONS IN PARTY HISTORY

APPENDIX : RESOLUTION ON QUESTIONS IN PARTY HISTORY

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APPENDIX : RESOLUTION ON QUESTIONS IN PARTY HISTORY
Adopted on April 20, 1945
by the Enlarged Seventh Plenary Session of
the Sixth Central Committee of
the Communist Party of China
APPENDIX : RESOLUTION ON QUESTIONS IN PARTY HISTORY
Adopted on April 20, 1945
by the Enlarged Seventh Plenary Session of
the Sixth Central Committee of
the Communist Party of China

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FROM MARX
TO MAO
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NOTF O R
COMMERCIAL
DISTRIBUTION
NOTE ON THE TEXT

\u201cResolution on Certain Questions in the History of Our Party\u201d
dates from April 1945 and appeared in
the 1965 \u201cFirst Edition\u201d of Volume III
of the Selcted Works of Mao Tse-tung as the
Appendix to \u201cOur Study and the Current Situation\u201d.

This text was subsequently removed for the
\u201cSecond Printing\u201d of Volume III in 1967.

Although all of the HTML files for Volume III are based
on the 1967 \u201cprinting\u201d (as are those for Volumes I and II),
the PDF versions of the complete volumes are
from the 1965 \u201cFirst Edition\u201d.

As for the preparation of the following text,
there is no HTML version, only a PDF edition.
And within the latter,
although there links to the endnotes from \u201cwithin\u201d the text,

there are no links from within the endnotes to \u201coutside\u201d texts.
Those seeking links from the endnotes to \u201coutside\u201d texts
will have to consult the PDF file containing
the whole of Volume III.

From Marx to Mao
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APPENDIX:RESOLUTION ON CERTAIN
QUESTIONS IN THE HISTORY
OF OUR PARTY
Adopted on April @), !($%
by the Enlarged Seventh Plenary Session of
the Sixth Central Committee of
the Communist Party of China
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Ever since its birth in1 9 2 1, the Communist Party of China has made the integration of the universal truth of Marxism-Leninism with the concrete practice of the Chinese revolution the guiding principle in all its work, and Comrade Mao Tse-tung\u2019s theory and practice of the Chinese revolution represent this integration. With the founding of our Party a new stage of the Chinese revolution was immediately unfolded, the stage of the new-democratic revolution, as pointed out by Comrade Mao Tse-tung. Throughout the twenty-four years of struggle for New Democracy (from1 9 2 1t o 1 9 4 5), throughout the three historical periods \u2014 the First Great Revolution, the Agrarian Revolu- tion and the War of Resistance Against Japan \u2014 our Party has con- sistently led the broad masses of the Chinese people in extremely arduous and bitter revolutionary struggles against their enemies, im- perialism and feudalism, and has gained great successes and rich experience. In the course of its struggle the Party has produced its own leader, Comrade Mao Tse-tung. Representing the Chinese pro- letariat and the Chinese people, Comrade Mao Tse-tung has creatively applied the scientific theory of Marxism-Leninism, the acme of human wisdom, to China, a large semi-feudal and semi-colonial country in which the peasantry constitutes the bulk of the masses and the im- mediate task is to fight against imperialism and feudalism, a country with a vast area and a huge population, where the situation is extremely complicated and the struggle extremely hard, and he has

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