RED GUARD, from Schoolboy to 'Little General' in Mao's China,

By: Ken Ling, translated

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RED GUARD, from Schoolboy to 'Little General' in Mao's China, by Ken Ling, translated by Miriam London and Ta-ling Lee
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Macdonald &Co, London - first UK edition, 1972. hardcover, 5¾" x 8¾", with dust jacket. Jacket has sun-fading at spine. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Ken Ling was a teenager during China's Cultural revolution, when he set out with his comrades to purge their school and education department of 'dissident elements'. The students created 'Little Generals' - those of above average intelligence - of whom Ken Ling was one. But as power brought him knowledge, his attitude began to change, and he saw himself as a pawn in a corrupt power game which had little to do with revolutionary ideals. This is his frank, convincing story.

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