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An Illustrated advisor to fashionable Airborne Missiles ASIN: 0668058226 EAN: 9780668058223 Binding: Hardcover
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Most eye-catching were the banners saying 'Support the Communist Party's correct leadership' and 'Carry on with the reforms' (quoted from Li, 1990, p. 33). Above all, there was no sign of overthrowing the existing government; most of their placards and banners just condemned the malpractice of the government and demanded freedom and democracy. Failing to get recognition from the government for their patriotic movement, students seemed to have only one alternative left, a hunger strike. Most of the demonstrators, using the model of the traditional remonstrators, believed that their hunger strikes would probably demonstrate their national 34 Intellectuals and the State in Post-Mao China loyalty.
From the late 1950s to the mid1970s, various mass movements or campaigns were initiated and mobilized by the party elite. For instance, elite initiatives were manifested in the targeting of 'capitalist roaders', the organization and leadership of factional bands in the Anti-Rightist Campaign, Socialist Education, Four Clean Campaign and the Red Guard activities. As Dittmer (1994, p. 136) observed, these were elite initiates but 'played out in a context of considerable mass spontaneity'. In this regard, the Party elite orchestrated many mass social movements behind the scenes (Schurmann, 1968; Townsend, 1969).
They hoped to improve the social conditions rather than to achieve a concise political platform' (interview with Cai, Paris, August 1992). Considering freedom of expression through speech and the press and freedom of association as very important to social life in the mainland, student participants believed that the struggle for democracy would bring them such 'emancipation'. Some of them wished the government to recognize their autonomous student bodies and allow greater freedom in conducting their own affairs.