Peking's Approach to Negotiation, Selected Writings: Compiled by the Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations (pursuant to S. Res. 24, 91st Cong.).
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第 88 頁 - The countryside, and the countryside alone, can provide the broad areas in which the revolutionaries can maneuver freely. The countryside, and the countryside alone, can provide the revolutionary bases from which the revolutionaries can go forward to final victory.
第 85 頁 - The emancipation of the proletariat, in its turn, will have its specific expression in military affairs and create its specific, new military method." * Engels' profound prediction has been fulfilled in the revolutionary wars waged by the Chinese people under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party. In the course of protracted armed struggle, we have created a whole range of strategy and tactics of people's war by which we have been able to utilize our strong points to attack the enemy at his...
第 45 頁 - As to what you have requested in your message, O King, namely to be allowed to send one of your subjects to reside in the Celestial Empire to look after your Country's trade, this does not conform to the Celestial Empire's ceremonial system, and definitely cannot be done.
第 41 頁 - The atom bomb is a paper tiger which the US reactionaries use to scare people. It looks terrible, but in fact it isn't. Of course, the atom bomb is a weapon of mass slaughter, but the outcome of a war is decided by the people, not by one or two new types of weapon.
第 82 頁 - But they grew stronger and stronger in the course of the war and became the main force in defeating Japanese imperialism. How was it possible for a weak country finally to defeat a strong country ? How was it possible for a seemingly weak army to become the main force in the war ? The basic reasons were that the War of Resistance Against Japan was a genuine people's war led by the Communist Party of China...
第 88 頁 - ... people everywhere. These revisionists are doing what the US imperialists are unable to do themselves and are rendering them great service. They have greatly encouraged US imperialism in its war adventures. They have completely betrayed the Marxist-Leninist revolutionary theory of war and have become betrayers of people's war. To win the struggle against US imperialism and carry people's wars to victory, the Marxist-Leninists and revolutionary people throughout the world must resolutely oppose...
第 83 頁 - Today, the US imperialists are repeating on a world-wide scale the past actions of the Japanese imperialists in China and other parts of Asia. It has become an urgent necessity for the people in many countries to master and use people's war as a weapon against US imperialism and its lackeys.
第 85 頁 - In every battle, concentrate an absolutely superior force (two, three, four and sometimes even five or six times the enemy's strength), encircle the enemy forces completely, strive to wipe them out thoroughly and do not let any escape from the net.
第 88 頁 - Taking the entire globe, if North America and Western Europe can be called "the cities of the world," then Asia, Africa, and Latin America constitute "the rural areas of the world.
第 83 頁 - Japanese war. He went on to show how these factors would influence the course of the war. Japan's advantage was temporary and would gradually diminish as a result of our efforts. Her disadvantages were fundamental; they could not be overcome and would gradually grow in the course of the war. China's disadvantage was temporary and could be gradually overcome. China's advantages were fundamental and would play an increasingly positive role in the course of the war. Japan's advantage and China's disadvantage...