By Constantine Tung; Colin Mackerras
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He did so because the critical years following the Great Leap Forward and the establishment of the communes had shown that China's most formidable obstacle to modernization still persisted in the field of culture. So, it was imperative for Mao to initiate a cultural revolution to lay the foundation for China's further attempt to modernize itself. "46 Or, was he simply an unyielding honest historian true to his professed standard of historicism and professionalism? In the study of Hai Rui baguan we have at least learned that the informal and invisible builtin mechanism which served to check imperial power based on Confucian tradition has worked every time throughout Chinese histroy, be it imperial, republican or communist.
Not only did many private familyowned businesses reappear in the market, but they competed with the state cooperatives for profits. The people, especially the upper or middle peasants, became more disappointed and impatient. He did so because the critical years following the Great Leap Forward and the establishment of the communes had shown that China's most formidable obstacle to modernization still persisted in the field of culture. So, it was imperative for Mao to initiate a cultural revolution to lay the foundation for China's further attempt to modernize itself.
Wu Han, "some Problems on Historicism" (Guanyu lishizhuyi de yixie wenti), Beijing Wanbao, February 18, 1961. "(Xijubao) Report on an Interview on May 18, 1961 with Wu Han on his Historical Play HRBG," Xijubao, November 9, 1961. Wu Han, "Historical Play Revisited". At the end, he indicated that the seventh draft was completed on November 13, 1960 and the final revision was completed by August 8, 1961. 25. 230. iii. 465488; Cliff Edmunds, "Politics and Historiography after the Great Leap; the Case of Chien Potsan," F.
Drama in the People's Republic of China by Constantine Tung; Colin Mackerras