Understanding Maoism, What The Left Today Can Learn From Mao Tse Tung
Today we'll be discussing the origins of Mao Tse Tung thought, better known as Maoism. The relationship of Mao and the Chinese Revolution to the rest of Marxist movements throughout the 20th century, and why Mao often gets a bad wrap and why leftists should embrace him. All this and more!Outro: Bambu - Chairman Mao
In this installment of Marxist Menagerie, comrade Jesse reads Mao's On Practice. Background Music: Caps Ctl - "Infrared" Eunoia - "Find Me" FreeBeats.io - "Fragile" This content was released to our patrons on 1/23/2021. For early releases, extra content, and goodies, sign up for our Patreon.
Cada locx: Mao Tse Tung - Radio La Pizarra - 05 sep 20
Radio La Pizarra
Abraham Verduga nos habla de quien fuere el máximo dirigente del Partido Comunista de China (PCCh) y de la República Popular China. Bajo su liderazgo, el Partido Comunista se hizo con el poder en la China continental en 1949, cuando se proclamó la nueva República Popular, tras la victoria en la Guerra Civil contra las fuerzas de la República de China.
18 de agosto de 1966 – Mao Tse Tung dá início à “Revolução Cultural”
Hoje na História - Opera Mundi
A Grande Revolução Cultural Proletária, ou simplesmente a Revolução Cultural, que teve início em 18 de agosto de 1966 e se encerrou com a morte de Mao Tse Tung em 1976, representa um dos acontecimentos marcantes da história chinesa contemporânea, com considerável repercussão internacional.★ Support this podcast ★
Space + Time = Will : The Politico-Cultural Theories of Mao Tse Tung
The Reality Dysfunction
In this episode of The Reality Dysfunction, Prof. Ernesto Mireles and Alex Yanish discuss the applications of Mao's theory of protracted warfare to North American Indigenous struggles. They do this through the frame of the essay by Edward Lawrence Katzenbach, who worked at the Pentagon as deputy assistant Secretary of Defense for education and manpower resources during the Kennedy administration. His brother Nicholas deBelleville "Nick" Katzenbach (January 17, 1922 – May 8, 2012) was an American lawyer who served as United States Attorney General during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration. Check out our website: www.waroftheflea.org Hit up our YouTube: REALITY DYSFUNCTION YOUTUBE Get in touch on Twitter with us: Alex Yanish @bingbongvictory Ernesto Mireles @ernestomireles