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Blowing Hot and Cold

Blowing Hot and Cold

May 31, 196*) sists of a hundred to three hundred horses)". Here again, Lin Piao's report does not spell out the kind of reforms that would be forthcoming. He stops at emphasising the importance of the work in the cultural and the educational field. However the experiments during the last three years have given some inkling of the nature of change. Lin Piao's report only reiterates that the winds of change will blow. Mao has attempted throughout this struggle to emphasise one point quite often lost sight of: It may be important to debate which policies are going to be implemented; but more important is the question of policies for whom.

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