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^ a b c d e f Biography (TV series) - Mao Tse Tung: China's Peasant Emperor, A&E Network, 2005, ASIN B000AABKXG
^ Short, Philip (2001). Mao: A Life. Owl Books. p. 630. ISBN 0805066381. "Mao had an extraordinary mix of talents: he was visionary, statesman, political and military strategist of cunning intellect, a philosopher and poet."
^ Atlas of World History, by Patrick Karl O'Brien, Oxford University Press US, 2002, ISBN 019521921X, pp 254
^ The Cambridge Illustrated History of China, by Patricia Buckley Ebrey, Cambridge University Press, 2010, ISBN 0521124336, pp. 327
^ Death Toll Median Average Estimates of 14 Sources = 45.75 – 52.5 million people Which include the books: Le Livre Noir du Communism by Stephane Courtois, Hungry Ghosts: Mao's Secret Famine by Jasper Becker, China's Changing Population by Judith Banister, Contemporary Chinese Population by Wang Weizhi, Mao: The Unknown Story by Jung Chang, Victims of Politics by Kurt Glaser, How to Prevent Genocide by John Heidenrich, Mao's China and After by Maurice Meisner, The Human Cost of Communism in China by Robert L. Walker. Along with reports by Agence France Press (1999), Dictionary of 20 Century World History, Guinness Book of World Records, Washington Post (1994), and the Weekly Standard (1997)
^ a b Short, Philip (2001). Mao: A Life. Owl Books. p. 631. ISBN 0805066381.; Chang, Jung and Halliday, Jon. Mao: The Unknown Story. Jonathan Cape, London, 2005. ISBN 0-224-07126-2 p. 3; Rummel, R. J. China’s Bloody Century: Genocide and Mass Murder Since 1900 Transaction Publishers, 1991. ISBN 0-88738-417-X p. 205: In light of recent evidence, Rummel has increased Mao's democide toll to 77 million; Daniel Jonah Goldhagen. Worse Than War: Genocide, Eliminationism, and the Ongoing Assault on Humanity. PublicAffairs, 2009. ISBN 1-58648-769-8 p. 53: "...the Chinese communists' murdering of a mind-boggling number of people, perhaps between 50 million and 70 million Chinese, and an additional 1.2 million Tibetans."
^ "Mao Zedong". The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. Retrieved August 23, 2008.
^ Time 100: Mao Zedong By Jonathan D. Spence, April 13, 1998.
^ Feigon, Lee (2002). Mao: A Reinterpretation. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee. p. 17. ISBN 1566635225.
^ Hollingworth, Clare, Mao and the men against him (Jonathan Cape, London: 1985), p. 45.
^ Chang, Jung; Jon, Halliday (2006). Mao: The Unknown Story. Magazine Publishing (Hong Kong). ISBN 9627934194.
^ "毛泽东生平大事(1893–1976)". (Major event chronology of Mao Zedong (1893–1976), People's Daily
^ a b "'Report on an investigation of the peasant movement in Hunan' Mao Zedong 1927".
^ Chunhou, Zhang. C (2002). Mao Zedong As Poet and Revolutionary Leader: Social and Historical Perspectives. ISBN 0739104063.
^ "'Analysis of the classes in Chinese society' Mao Zedong 1927.".
^ "Che Guevara: Revolutionary & Icon", by Trisha Ziff, Abrams Image, 2006, pg 66
^ Lynch, Michael J (2004). Mao. ISBN 0415215773.
^ a b c Short, Philip (2001). Mao: A Life. Owl Books. pp. 272–274. ISBN 0805066381.
^ Short, Philip (2001). Mao: A Life. Owl Books. p. 279. ISBN 0805066381.
^ Jean-Luc Domenach. Chine: L'archipel oublié. (China: The Forgotten Archipelago.) Fayard, 1992. ISBN 2-213-02581-9 pg 47
^ ao Zedong, communismonline.com
^ Fairbank, John K; Albert Feuerwerker (1986). The Cambridge History of China (vol. 13, pt. 2). Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521243386.
^ Ying-kwong Wou, Odoric (1994). Mobilizing the Masses: Building Revolution in Henan. Stanford University Press. ISBN 0804721424.
^ On Protracted War
^ "Willy Lam: China's Own Historical Revisionism", History News Network, August 11, 2005. Retrieved May 15, 2006.
^ Jacobs, Andrew (October 2, 2009). "China Is Wordless on Traumas of Communists’ Rise". New York Times. Retrieved October 2, 2009.
^ The famous Mao slogan, that he never even used, SCMP, Sep 25, 2009
^ Burkitt, Laurie; Scobell, Andrew; Wortzel, Larry M. (July 2003). The lessons of history: The Chinese people's Liberation Army at 75. Strategic Studies Institute. pp. 340–341. ISBN 1-58487-126-1.
^ Short, Philip (2001). Mao: A Life. Owl Books. pp. 436–437. ISBN 0805066381.
^ a b Yang Kuisong. Reconsidering the Campaign to Suppress Counterrevolutionaries The China Quarterly, 193, March 2008, pp.102–121. PDF file.
^ Steven W. Mosher. China Misperceived: American Illusions and Chinese Reality. Basic Books, 1992. ISBN 0-465-09813-4 pp 72, 73
^ Stephen Rosskamm Shalom. Deaths in China Due to Communism. Center for Asian Studies Arizona State University, 1984. ISBN 0-939252-11-2 pg 24
^ Jung Chang and Jon Halliday. Mao: The Unknown Story. pg 337: "Mao claimed that the total number executed was 700,000 but this did not include those beaten or tortured to death in the post-1949 land reform, which would at the very least be as many again. Then there were suicides, which, based on several local inquiries, were very probably about equal to the number of those killed." Also cited in Mao Zedong, by Jonathan Spence, as cited . Mao got this number from a report submitted by Xu Zirong, Deputy Public Security Minister, which stated 712,000 counterrevolutionaries were executed, 1,290,000 were imprisoned, and another 1,200,000 were "subjected to control.": Yang Kuisong. Reconsidering the Campaign to Suppress Counterrevolutionaries The China Quarterly, 193, March 2008, pp.102–121. PDF file.
^ a b Twitchett, Denis; John K. Fairbank, Roderick MacFarquhar (June 26, 1987). The Cambridge history of China. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 052124336X. Retrieved August 23, 2008.
^ Maurice Meisner. Mao's China and After: A History of the People's Republic, Third Edition. Free,Press, 1999. ISBN 0-684-85635-2 p. 72: "...the estimate of many relatively impartial observers that there were 2,000,000 people executed during the first three years of the People's Republic is probably as accurate a guess as one can make on the basis of scanty information."
^ Steven W. Mosher. China Misperceived: American Illusions and Chinese Reality. Basic Books, 1992. ISBN 0-465-09813-4 pg 74: "...a figure that Fairbank has cited as the upper range of "sober" estimates."
^ Lee Feigon. Mao: A Reinterpretation. Ivan R. Dee, 2002. ISBN 1-56663-522-5 p. 96: "By 1952 they had extended land reform throughout the countryside, but in the process somewhere between two and five million landlords had been killed."
^ Short, Philip (2001). Mao: A Life. Owl Books. pp. 436. ISBN 0805066381.
^ a b Benjamin A. Valentino. Final Solutions: Mass Killing and Genocide in the Twentieth Century Cornell University Press, 2004. pp. 121–122. ISBN 0-8014-3965-5