The Case of the Gang of Four

By: Hsin, Chi

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12mo - 18.5 x 13 cm.; 295 pp. With the first translation of Teng Hsiao-ping's "Three Poisonous Weeds". "This English translation is based on a series of articles which first appeared in 'The Seventies' magazine [a Chinese language monthly giving academic analysis of China, Taiwan and the international scene] following the fall of the 'Gang of Four' in October, 1976. . . . Chi Hsin is the pen-name of a research group consisting of journalists and writers." The Gang consisted of Mao's last wife, Jiang Qing, Zhang Chunqiao, Yao Wenyuan, and Wang Hongwen. They were a political faction of the Chinese Communist Party who rose to prominence during the Cultural Revolution and then were accused of treason. Photographs, appendices. Library markings consist of a spine sticker, stamped text block fore-edge, attachment on verso of front cover; some rubbing, light wear on card stock covers; binding sturdy, text pages clean. ; Ex-Library

Title: The Case of the Gang of Four

Author Name: Hsin, Chi

Categories: History,

Publisher: Hong Kong, Cosmos Books Ltd.: 1977

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good-

Seller ID: 27999

Keywords: History; China; Communism;