Chinese Religious Behavior and the Deification of Mao Tse-Tung View Full Text


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DATE

1968-07

AUTHORS

Zing-Yang Kuo, Lam Yut-Hang

ABSTRACT

A survey is presented of the development of Chinese religion and of its status immediately prior to the ascension of the Communist regime to power. The manner in which Mao Tse-tung utilized the pre-existing religious base to deify himself is described. Failure of the process of deification is ascribed to the nature of Chinese religious behavior and the reactions of the masses to the failures of certain of the Communist programs. More... »

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455-468

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