King-fai TAM

Kang Sheng, an official of the CCP, was closely involved in the Cultural Revolution purges during the Yanan Rectification Movement.

The Yan’an Rectification Campaign of 1942 established the modus operandi of subsequent ideological campaigns in the history of Chinese Communism. It signified the expansion of the power of the Communist leaders from political and economic realms into other spheres of life, with the result that no alternative bases existed from which political authorities could be challenged.


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By |2014-12-16T16:53:53-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Governance, Movement|Comments Off on Yan’an Rectification Campaign (Yán’ān Zhěngfēng Yùndòng 延安整风运动)|Yán’ān Zhěngfēng Yùndòng 延安整风运动 (Yan’an Rectification Campaign)

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