86 China Review International: Vol. 22, No. 1, 2015 Zhang Suhua (). Bianju: Qiqianrendahui shimo: Yijiuliu'er nian yiyue shiyiri eryue qiri (::196211127 ) [The Situation Changes: A History of the Conference of the Seven Thousands -- From January 11 to February 7, 1962]. Beijing: Zhongguo Qingnian Chubanshe, 2012. 436 pp. Paperback RMB 48.00, isbn 978-7-51530487-8. Scholars habitually use certain significant meetings held by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to demarcate historical periods of modern China as signposts of crucial political changes. The August Seventh Meeting in Wuhan in 1927 (launching the Autumn Harvest Uprising), the Seventh National Congress in Yan'an in 1945 (establishing Mao Zedong's unchallengeable position within the CCP), the Lushan Conference in 1959 (purging Peng Dehuai), and the Third Plenary Meeting of the Eleventh National Congress in Beijing in 1978 (initiating Deng Xiaoping's reforms) are all notable examples. Indeed, these meetings are truly landmarks of pivotal historical change and thus they tend to be frequently mentioned and widely examined. However, more CCP meetings deserve in-depth scrutiny. For instance, the largest meeting ever held by the CCP, with more than seven thousand delegates from all over the country, was convened in early 1962 in Beijing and
China Review International – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Apr 14, 2015
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