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The political system of the Peoples Republic of China makes considerable use of concepts and slogans which are grouped and often specifically identified by number. The examples included here are extracted from:
- A Comprehensive Glossary of Chinese Communist Terminology. Taiwan, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, 1978
1.1 One complete elimination: obliterate the bourgeois outlook 2.1 Two decisions: build a Mao memorial, publish his works.
3.1 Three airs: arrogance of the technically advanced, frustration of the technic- ally backward, evil of dissension.
4.1 Four, Gang of
5.1 Five loves: motherland, people, labor, science, public property.
6.1 Six checks on students: check thefts and robbers, teenagers' untimely involve- ment in love, improper work style, incorrect attitudes toward study, behavior in disrupting public property, selfishness
7.1 Seven shoulds: think about the revolution; insist on principles: expose problems trust, help, support and learn from one another: be humble and prudent; look at problems from both sides; develop a system of democratic centralism
8.1 Eight elements to be got rid of: renegades, spies, capitalist readers, landlords rich peasants, counterrevolutionaries, bad people, rightists
9.1 Nine stinking categories: the eight elements, plus intellectuals
10.1 Ten word method for fertilizers: cauterize, burn, dig, exchange, sweep, shovel, soak, heap, pick, fish
12.1 Twelve whys
16.1 .16 Points
20.1 20 Manifestations
21.1 21 Crimes
23.1 23 Articles
25.1 25 Points
28.1 28 Bolshevists
40.1 40 Articles
50.1 50 Word program
60.1 60 What to dos
70.1 70 Articles
100.1 100 Flowers blooming
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