- From Mandarin 毛 (Máo). (Wiktionary)
“JUNG CHANG, "MAO: THE UNKNOWN STORY": Mao was as evil as Hitler and Stalin, and he has done as much damage to mankind as Hitler and Stalin.”
“In mao the base giving rise to an epoch of revolution (or as he put it "tools learn to speak through men") but revolutionary changes in the superstructure reacting back on the base in profound ways (restricting the base, retarding things, or in radical times, leading them through giddy transformations.) on contradiction, Mao wrote:”
“Once more one views the overarching low degree of consciousness that comprises the nationalist tendency of too many Chinese youth who have been propagandized from day one to believe in nation and party, of which Mao is still the ultimate symbol.”
“A shocked Suou gets out of the car and runs away, with July following suit, although Mao is left behind in the car.”
“Although there's plenty of specific dance interest in Mao's Last Dancer,”
“She was chosen to become a leader of the Little Red Guards, a group of elementary school children who supported and believed in Mao's ideas.”
“But in the context of Anita Dunn saying Chairman Mao is her favorite political philosopher?”
“Mao is surprised to hear this, while Suou is paying her remuneration by doing origami.”
“Your comment about Mao is asinine, like everything you say.”
“What I can sympathize with in a dictator, like Mao is the initial drive to correct a wrong.”
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