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Ten Major Relationships

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Ten Major Relationships

The Ten Major Relationships, written by Mao Zedong in April 1956, was an outline for how the People's Republic of China would go about a socialist construction of an economic, political, scientific and cultural Chinese state. It was to be influenced by the Soviet Union but to be Chinese in its characteristics.

The Ten Major Relationships were between:

  1. heavy industry and light industry
  2. industry in the coastal regions and industry in the interior
  3. economic construction and defense construction
  4. the state, the units of production, and the producers
  5. the central and the local authorities
  6. the Han nationality and the minority nationalities
  7. Party and non-Party
  8. revolution and counter-revolution
  9. right and wrong
  10. China and other countries

External links

  • On the Ten Major Relationships, speech given April 25, 1956. From The Selected Works of Mao Tse-tung, Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1977
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