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Lenin, Leninism and the Chinese Revolution by Ming Wang

By Ming Wang

Wang Ming (May 23, 1904 - March 27, 1974) used to be a senior chief of the early chinese language Communist celebration (CCP) and member of the well-known 28 Bolsheviks group.
Wang was once additionally a massive political rival of Mao Zedong throughout the Nineteen Thirties, opposing what he observed as Mao's nationalist deviation from the Comintern and orthodox Marxism and Leninism strains.

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A surge of hot air floated up from her stomach, bestowing on Gao Ma the taste of garlic and fresh grass. His hands moved roughly over her body. “Elder Brother Gao Ma, not so rough. ” They sat on the slope of the trench in each other’s arms, hands roaming freely. Through cracks in the lush indigo covering they caught glimpses of golden starlight in the deep-blue sky. The crescent moon was sinking. An orbiting satellite tore through the Milky Way, and the air was suffused with the distinctive aroma of indigo.

If I had a wife, she’d be home in the kitchen or mending clothes or feeding the chickens. ” “They say you and a regiment commander’s wife … he caught the two of you …” Gao Ma sneered. “It wasn’t his wife, it was his concubine. And I didn’t love her. ” “You’ve seen and done so much,” she said with a sigh. “It’s not worth a dog’s fart,” he snarled. Throwing down his scythe, he scooped up some millet and straightened up. ” Her crippled brother limped up about then, as Gao Ma recalled. Though he was not yet forty, his hair was turning white and his face was deeply wrinkled.

Gao Ma’s courage began to desert him. ” he asked. Fourth Uncle merely snorted. “Yes,” Fourth Aunt said impassively. ” Gao Ma said he had already eaten. Fourth Aunt roughly ordered Jinju to light the lantern. ” Fourth Uncle said abusively. ” But Jinju went inside and lit a lantern anyway, then brought it outside and placed it in the center of the table, where Gao Ma noticed a willow basket filled with flatcakes and a bowl of thick bean paste. Garlic was strewn about. ” Fourth Aunt asked. “I just ate,” Gao Ma replied, glancing at Jinju, who sat with her head down, neither eating nor drinking.

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