May Seventh Cadre School

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The May Seventh Cadre Schools (Chinese: 五七干校) were Chinese labor camps established during the Cultural Revolution that combined hard agricultural work with the study of Mao Zedong his writings in order to "re-educate" cadres and intellectuals in proper socialist thought.[1] In practice, they were closer to forced labor camps

Further reading

Memoirs

Fiction

Propaganda Posters

  • May Seventh Cadre Schools in Chinese propaganda posters.[5]

References

  1. ^ Johnathan Spence, The Search for Modern China 2nd Edition, p.582
  2. ^ https://www.worldcat.org/title/six-chapters-from-my-life-downunder/oclc/1004768934
  3. ^ Discussion of the book on Youtube.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_dazSBSCXY
  4. ^ http://blogs.slj.com/afuse8production/2017/03/30/review-of-the-day-bronze-and-sunflower-by-cao-wenxuan-ill-meilo-so/
  5. ^ https://chineseposters.net/themes/seven-may-cadre-schools.php


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