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Page Two

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thurs

sday, April 8, 1976

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

POETRY READING
with
D. Clinton
READING FROM HIS WORKS
ThAurs., Apri 8--7:30 p.m.
at Guild House-802 Monroe
Refre-hments
h e enb1 ca fCe ers-
last e~ n . (
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A L M AT
P . UATO

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NOW OPEN
Ha eadTeng ous
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whUrk , Ltd. (Continued fromPage 1 tation cre
W ork sY, Ld . i with the followers of defeated; Hunan pi
539 E. Liberty Teng Hsiao-ping. power, a
Teng, the most ardent rival moments
Be/ween David's Books and John Leidy and critic of Chairman Mao The fir
Tse-tung, was fired from his Premieri
IHAND CRAFTED LEATHER GOODS powerful jobs as first vice pre- ary. Teng
Mier, party vice chairman, and and prote
jackets, bags, luggage, backpacks, hats, chief of the army general staff. to take ov
wise. He
vests, belts, buckles, sheepskin coats, H. IWA himself is not consider- of villifica
wallets, briefcases. ed as extreme as most of the casing hin
radicals, but as Mao's man he ist - roa
Famous Walter Dyer Moccasins will be expected to do the 82- China to
year-old chairman's bidding.

ted in power shakeup

eated largely in Mao's
rovince. Hua rose to
s people often do, in
of crisis.

er and visionary as contrasted
to the hard-headed doer and
realist.

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st was the death of ALL HIS life, Mao has been a
Chou En-lai in Janu- dreamer and a teacher with
g, 72, Chou's old crony visions of a China re-made
ge, had been expected through the manipulation and
er. Mao thought other- driving power of the masses
mounted a campaign and of human nature remolded
ation against Teng, ac- by education and experience.
m of being a "capital- After years in the wilderness,
der" trying to return Chinese communism came to
capitalism. power in 1949 and Mao had his
first great opportunities to put
SO was accused of fa- his bold ideas into practice. He
port of Chinese natur- worked on the Chinese millions
ces, which the Maoists like clay, moving them out of
uld hinder the coun- private farming and industry
elopment and indepen- into communes and state-owned
d of favoring selection enterprises, touching off vast
sity students by corn- migrations from city to coun-
xaminations.-; tryside, instituting purge after
econd crisis erupted purge to - as he put it - keep
when some 100,000 Chi- the waters of communism pure
red into Tien An Men and untainted by capitalism.
Peking and went on He wanted the old privileges
e of violence in an at- abolished and the peasant,
extricate Teng from worker and soldier given ac-
tal dilemma and get cess to higher education; the
premiership. old ills eliminated through hy-
ne ways, the quarrel giene and barefoot doctors; the
vides the opposing fac- gnawing wants of hunger satis-
"hina is as old as the fied through planning and grain
ce, that of the dream- storage.

he had to step down as presi-
dent while the realists ruled.
The radicals saw their tor-
mentors as "revisionists," fol-
lowers of the Soviet line of pseu-
do-capitalism. When Mao under-
took his comeback in the Cul-
tural Revolution, the lines were
drawn.
HUA himself is less than radi-
cal, once was attacked by the
leftists during the cultural
purge. But as Mao's creature,
he will follow the radical line,
within limits.
Anti - Sovietism will continue
and so will the, rapprochement
with the United States and the
West, not because of affection
for the old imperialism, but
because they stand as possible
buffers to Soviet expansion or
attack.
At home,Hua must earn his
keep by making secure the
gains in education, science and
culture which Mao and his wife,
Chiang Ching, 62, leader of the
radicals, cherish.
HE HAS the devil's own task
of coaxing enthusiastic new ef-
forts from a peasantry and a
laboring class now thoroughly
alarmed by the shadow of per-
haps another cultural purge.
They want stability but are now
to be forced to swallow ideology
and class struggle while they
work.
The army may well be deci-
sive in the immediate future.
It also values stability, being
conservative by nature, and
wants expertise, modern weap-
ons, and a professional fighting
corps. It may. well resent the
[ way Teng, once one of China's
most brilliant commanders, has
ibeen treated.
Then there are the old-timers,
Mao's comrades on the Loog
March of the 1930s-Yeh Chien-
ying, Chu teh, Li Hsien-nien.
Age has taken some of the revo-
lutionary fire out of them. They
prize security, are troubled by
the turmoil whipped up in the
new radical purge. They are
among the moderates.

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"That was nine years
ago. 111 less than two
months after the opera-
tion, I was back at work
and talking. Today, I do
everything I did before.
Even try cases in court.
"All of this is thanks to
early detection. effective.
treatment, and the ex-
tremely beneficial voice
training program offered
by the American Cancer
Society.
Ive won my battle.
But the battle against
cancer goes on. So,
please, have regular
checkups. And give to the
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cancer in your lifetime."

SUN PHOTO

MAO'S dreams reached their
climax in the Great Leap For-
ward of the late 1950s.
Mao threw millions of Chi-}
nese into a frantic battle to
achieve overnight industrializ-
ation. Elated, he believed China
stood on the threshold of true
communism, a time when each
man and woman would be
compensated according to need
rather than labor.
Disastrous harvests inducedt
by natural calamities, technical
mismanagement and the with-
drawal of Soviet assistance ran
the Great Leap onto thenrocks.
THE REALISTS, headed by
Liu Shao-chi and Chou, took
over, brought the country back
to stability by tossing the
Marxist - Maoist handbook of
ideology out the window.
Mao never forgave or forgot.
Opposed by the armed forces,

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