An Analysis of the Chinese Cultural Revolution Question 1: The underlying importance of Mao’s agenda to alter the growing influence of the bourgeoisie through cultural and ideological groups defines a ”cultural struggle” in this context. In many ways, the direct actions of the bourgeoisie ideology had not come to fruition, but Mao perceived it to be a threat as a means to prevent a militaristic revolution against the Communist Party: “We will unite with you, comrades, who have made mistakes, provided that you recognize your errors and return to a Marxist standpoint.” This, in turn, led to the growth of the Cultural Revolution as a means of using loyal Communist party members to route out capitalistic sympathizers and “counter...The end:
.....rstanding of the proletariat as part of Mao’s push for socialistic educational freeform. Point ten of the sixteen points is vital to re-educated persons with capitalistic favoritism into following the Communist Party line in regards to revising Marxist lifestyles into the Chinese cultural way of life. References: DECISION CONCERNING THE GREAT PROLETARIAN CULTURAL REVOLUTION.” 2011. Translator R. Rojas. Rojasdatabankinfo.com. http://www.rrojasdatabank.info/16points.htm (accessed 6 Dec. 2011). Meisner, Maurice. “Confusion on Campuses” in Mao’s China and After: A History of the People’s Republic. 3rd ed. New York: Free Press, 1999. Perry, Elizabeth J. and Li Xun. Proletarian Power: Shanghai in the Cultural Revolution. New York: Westview, 1997.