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New PSL Book
China: Revolution and counterrevolution
The Party for Socialism and Liberation is proud to announce the publication of the winter 2008 issue of the quarterly Socialism and Liberation. The issue features 228 pages of analysis of the Chinese Revolution, the present Chinese economy, the trend towards capitalist restoration and how socialists inside the United States can lend their support to the people of China. "China: revolution and counterrevolution" is a unique contribution to the left, using a Marxist analysis to identify political and social trends in China 30 years after the introduction of capitalist market reforms.
This issue is published in a beautiful book format. It is the first in the new 5.5' x 8.5' format, and is bound with a spine. Order a copy for yourself, a family member, or a friend.
Table of Contents
I. Overview: What do socialists defend in China today?
II. China today
-- Capitalism and socialism in China
-- Is China's foreign policy of appeasement sustainable?
-- Independent development vs. imperialist domination
-- Behind U.S. smears against China
-- Tibet, imperialism, and self-determination
-- Tiananmen Square and the threat of counterrevolution
III. China and socialism
-- Lenin and the NEP: Can market methods build socialism?
-- China's 'socialist market economy'
-- An appeal from within the CPC: 'Precarious is China's socialism!'
IV. China's revolutionary legacy
-- The Red Army: a new kind of military
-- The contributions of Mao Zedong
-- The Sino-Soviet split
-- Phases of China's socialist revolution
V. En espanol: Que es lo que defendemos en China de hoy?
Appendix: PSL Resolution on China
This book is being used for study groups around the country. Consider ordering multiple copies and use it for collective study.
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