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This book challenges long-established views that Mao Zedong became Chinese Communist Party leader during the Long March (1934-1935) and that by 1935 the CCP was independent of the Comintern in Moscow. The result is a critique not only of official Chinese historiography but also of Western scholarship, which all future histories of the rise of the PRC will need to take into account.
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"Don't believe anything you've been told about Party history! . . . With access to interviews, memoirs, and countless other new sources, many of the icons of CCP party history have been shattered. With this important book Thomas Kampen has made a place for himself in these circles of 'new Party history.'"
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