4 Mao Zedong Cold War Primary Sources with Qs (speeches, telegrams, quotations)

4 Mao Zedong Cold War Primary Sources with Qs (speeches, t
4 Mao Zedong Cold War Primary Sources with Qs (speeches, t
4 Mao Zedong Cold War Primary Sources with Qs (speeches, t
4 Mao Zedong Cold War Primary Sources with Qs (speeches, t
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1 - Quotations from Mao Zedong (1965)

This document has been formatted to perfectly fit on one paper (two pages, front and back) for easy printing, and is very approachable as it has been abridged and organized into sections with text-dependent questions and a relevant political cartoon to analyze.
Background: Quotations by Mao Zedong is the second most printed book in history (behind the Bible). There have been an estimated 1 billion copies printed. Most of them were produced in small pocket-sized formats with red covers. Therefore, Americans called it “The Little Red Book”. As the title suggests, this book is simply a collection of quotations from the leader, arranged by topic. The 1964 edition had 23 topics and 200 quotations. But the final 1965 version had 33 topics and 427 quotations. This document contains one relevant quotation from each of the 33 topics of the book.

2 - Mao's "Departure from Moscow" Speech from 1950

This document has been formatted to perfectly fit on one page for easy printing, and is very approachable as it has been abridged and organized into sections with text-dependent questions. It demonstrates China's union and alliance with the Soviet Union.
Background: This speech was delivered at a PRC conference and published in the PRC run newspaper, The People's Daily on February 20, 1950.

3 - The People Have Stood Up! - 1949

The text has been abridged with guiding questions and political cartoons for analysis. This document has been formatted to perfectly fit on one paper (two pages, front and back) for easy printing, and is very approachable as it has been abridged and organized into sections with text-dependent questions and a relevant political cartoon to analyze. enjoy!
Background: Shortly after the PRC (communists) was victorious over the Kuomintang (nationalists), Mao organized a conference. This was the Opening address at the First Plenary Session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.

4 - Birthday Telegram from Mao to Stalin (1960)

This telegram was published in China’s state newspaper, The People's Daily on December 21, 1949 and demonstrates the relationship between Mao and Stalin, and between China and the Soviet Union.
This document has been formatted to perfectly fit on one paper for easy printing, and is very approachable as it has been abridged and organized into sections with text-dependent questions and a relevant political cartoon to analyze. enjoy!
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4 Mao Zedong Cold War Primary Sources with Qs (speeches, t
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4 Mao Zedong Cold War Primary Sources with Qs (speeches, t
4 Mao Zedong Cold War Primary Sources with Qs (speeches, t
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