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Liu Wen-hsueh : a boy martyr by Chia-pen Lou
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Liu Wen-hsueh : a boy martyr (1977)

by Chia-pen Lou

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This book is a warning from the past about the DANGERS of ruling from the LEFT. Total propaganda about the wonderful utopia that Chairman Mao created with the 1949 Communist takeover of the Chinese people. Read this book to your children and then show them the truth. ( )
  39again | Jan 25, 2013 |
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Liu Wen-hsueh was born into a poor family. His father was a tailor, but the family went cold and hungry before liberation.
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We ought to protect the interests of the people's commune!
Every child of our country should be Chairman Mao's good child.
Down with the landlords!
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