Study Guide: The United Front

This a section of M-L Study Guide. The other sections are found here:

“On the one hand, for a given historical period the political and economic demands of the various classes must not be such as to disrupt co-operation; on the other hand, the demands of the national struggle (the need to resist Japan) should be the point of departure for all class struggle. Thus there is identity in the united front between unity and independence and between the national struggle and the class struggle.”- Mao Zedong, “The Question of Independence and Initiative Within the United Front”

Basic and Essential readings

Suplementary readings

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