Breaking With Old Ideas (1975)
  Made in China during the Cultural Revolution, dramatizing the
  struggle for proletarian control of education at an agricultural
  college during the Great Leap Forward (1958-1959). Makes it clear
  that leading party members can still promote bourgeois ideas and only
  the masses can rectify these leaders (or remove them if necessary)
  to ensure that education truly helps to build socialism. An excellent
  introduction to the politics of the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural
  Revolution. Full of concrete examples of how class struggle continues
  under socialism and how communists can wage that struggle successfully:
  by mobilizing the masses to criticize those in positions of authority
  taking the capitalist road.
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