Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung: Vol. IV


The Situation and Our Policy After the Victory in the War of Resistance against Japan (August 13, 1945)

Chiang Kai-Shek is Provoking Civil War  (August 13, 1945)

Two Telegrams from the Commander-in-Chief of the Eighteenth Group to Chiang Kai-Shek (August 1945)

On a Statement by Chiang Kai-Shek's Spokesman (August 16, 1945)

On Peace Negotiations with the Kuomintang ?Circular of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China  (August 26, 1945)

On the Chungking Negotiations (October 17, 1945)

The Truth About the Kuomintang Attacks (November 5, 1945)

Rent Reduction and Production Are Two Important Matters for the Defence of the Liberated Areas (November 7, 1945)

Policy for Work in the Liberated Areas for 1946 (December 15, 1945)

Build Stable base Areas in the Northeast (December 28,1945)

Some Points in Appraisal of the present International Situation (April 1946)

Smash Chiang Kai-Shek's Offensive by a War of Self-Defence (July 20, 1946)

Talk With the American Correspondent Anna Louise Strong (August 1946)

Concentrate a Superior Force to Destroy the Enemy Forces One by One (September 16, 1946)

The Truth About U.S. "Mediation" and the Future of the Civil War in China (September 29, 1946)

A Three Months' Summary (October 1, 1946)

Greet the New High Tide of the Chinese Revolution (February 1, 1947)

On the Temporary Abandonment of Yenan and the Defence of the Shensi-Kansu-Ningsia Border Region ?Two Documents Issued by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (November 1946 and April 1947)

The Concept of Operations for the Northwest War Theatre (April 15, 1947)

The Chiang Kai-Shek Government is Besieged by the Whole People (May 30, 1947)

Strategy for the Second Year of the War of Liberation (September 1, 1947)

Manifesto of the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army (October 1947)

On the Reissue of the Three Main Rules of Discipline and the Eight Points for Attention ?Instruction of the general Headquarters of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (October 10, 1947)

The Present Situation and Our Tasks (December 25, 1947)

On Setting Up a System of Reports (January7, 1948)

On Some Important Problems of the Party's Present Policy (January 18, 1948)

The Democratic Movement in the Army  (January 30, 1948)

Different Tactics for Carrying Out the land Law in Different Areas (February 3, 1948)

Correct the "Left" Errors in Land Reform Propaganda (February 11, 1948)

Essential Points in Land Reform in the New Liberated Areas (February 15, 1948)

On the Policy Concerning Industry and Commerce  (February 27, 1948)

On the Question of the National Bourgeoisie and the Enlightened Gentry (March 1, 1948)

On the Great Victory in the Northwest and on the New Type of Ideological Education Movement in the Liberation Army (March 7, 1948)

A Circular on the Situation (March 20, 1948)

Speech at a Conference of Cadres in the Shansi-Suiyuan Liberated Area (April 1, 1948)

A Talk to the Editorial Staff of the Shansi-Suiyuan Daily (April 2, 1948)

Telegram to the Headquarters of the Loyang Front After the Recapture of the City (April 8, 1948)

Tactical Problems of Rural Work in the New Liberated Areas (May 24, 1948)

The Work of Land Reform and of party Consolidation in 1948 (May 25, 1948)

The Concept of Operations for the Liaoshi-Shenyang Campaign (September and October 1948)

On Strengthening the Party Committee System  (September 20, 1948)

On the September Meeting ?Circular of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (October 10, 1948)

The Concept of Operations for the Huai-hai Campaign (October 11, 1948)

Revolutionary Forces of the World Unite, Fight Against Imperialist Aggression! (November 1948)

The Momentous Change in China's Military Situation (November 14, 1948)

The Concept of Operations for the Peiping-Tientsin Campaign (December 11, 1948)

Message Urging Tu Yu-ming and Others to Surrender (December 17, 1948)

Carry the Revolution Through to the End  (December 30, 1948)

On the War Criminal's Suing for Peace  (January 5, 1949)

Statement on the Present Situation by Mao Tse-tung, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (January 14, 1949)

Comment by the Spokesman for the Communist Party of China on the Resolution of the Nanking Executive Yuan (January 21, 1949)

On Ordering the Reactionary Kuomintang Government to Re-Arrest Yasuji Okamura, Former Commander-in-Chief of the Japanese Forces of Aggrssion in China, and to Arrest the Kuomintang Civil War Criminals ?Statement by the Spokesman for the Communist Party of China (January 28, 1949)

Peace Terms Must Include the Punishment of Japanese War Criminals and Kuomintang War Criminals ?Statement by the Spokesman for the Communist Party of China (February 5, 1949)

Turn the Army into a Working Force (February 8, 1949)

Why do the Badly Split Reactionaries Still Idly Clamour for "Total Peace"? (February 15, 1949)

The Kuomintang reactionaries Turn from an "Appeal for Peace" to an Appeal for War (February 16, 1949)

On the Kuomintang's Different Answers to the Question of Responsibility for the War (February 18, 1949)

Report to the Second Plenary Session of the Seventh Central Committee of the ommunist Party of China (March 5, 1949)

Methods of Work Committtees (March 13, 1949)

Whither the Nanking Govenment? (April 4, 1949)

Order to the Army for the Country-Wide Advance (April 21, 1949)

Proclamation of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (April 25, 1949)

On the Outrages by British Warships ?Statement by the Spokesman of the general Headquarters of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (April 30, 1949)

Address to the Prepatory Meeting of the New Political Consultive Conference (June 15, 1949)

On the People's Democratic Dictatorship (June 30, 1949)

Cast Away Illusions, Prepare for Struggle (August 14, 1949)

Farewell, Leighton Stuart! (August 18, 1949)

Why it is Necessary to Discuss the White Paper (August 28, 1949)

"Friendship" or Aggression? (August 30, 1949)

The Bankruptcy of the Idealist Conception of History (September 16, 1949)



Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung