A good example of absolute power is Mao Zedong.

One of his first patients was Mao Zedong.

There had been rumors that Mao was dying and one of the jobs given MaHaide was to confirm or deny the rumor.

Mao Zedong was a Chinese man who was the son of a peasant farmer.

In order to realize this, the communists used every method to make the USA look upon Japan as the enemy.

Chiang Kai-shek was caught by communists during a careless moment in Xi'an in 1936, and was taken to Mao Zedong, who really wanted to kill him.

Mao was born on the day of December 26, 1893.

In his early years Mao was a writer, he often wrote poems and books....

Chairman Mao’s Red Guards were tasked with a cultural cleansing that left many people more confused at the roles they played in society than it reinforced the social class structure.

. CONCLUSION: The Mao project started in Yale is not unique.

He covered China's struggle against Japanese invaders for United Press and other Western news organizations.
Snow and Mao

The rise of Maoism in China did not happen by accident.

(in the 1920's, well before 1949)

Israel Epstein, Prominent Chinese Communist, Dies at 90- June 2, 2005

Israel Epstein, a journalist, author and propagandist for China whose passion for Communism was fueled in long interviews with Mao in the 1940's and was not dimmed by imprisonment during the Cultural Revolution, died last Thursday at a hospital in Beijing.

" The Maoists made China into the world's largest opium producer.

Mao was a disturbed young man - a completely controllable, blackmailable puppet for their purposes.

Israel Epstein, second from right in front, standing in front of Mao 1944.
He later became the minister of appropriations, an extremely powerful position in a practically cashless era.

Epstein's cover was journalism. His parents were Russian Jews who were imprisoned in Siberia for espionage.

This is Israel Epstein chatting with Chairman Hu, just before his death.

Rewi Alley hanging out with the supposedly ultra-powerful Zhou Enlai.

"Rewi Alley," the man who organized communes in China ...

But before killing Chiang, Mao asked Moscow what to do.

He was editor in chief until his retirement at 70, and then editor emeritus.

His five years in prison during the Cultural Revolution, on charges of plotting against Zhou, ended in 1973 with a personal apology from Zhou and a restoration of his exalted position.

His prominence in China was suggested by the annual talks Mao had with him.

troops not become involved.Comrade Chairman Mao & Colonel David D.

btw, Zhou En-lai was the first political commissar at Huang Po.

Can you find Mao in the following picture taken at Sun's residence, showinghis status in the KMT in 1924?