Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : The by Mao Tse Tung
By Mao Tse Tung
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He is most commonly known as Shang Yang because Duke Xiao ofQin, whom he served, enfeoffed him as Lord Shang. The earliest source on his life, to which Mao refers in this essay, was the biography included in the Shi ji. L. Duyvendak, The Book of Lord Shang (London: Arthur Probsthain, 1928). E. Sharpe, 1977). 4. The best translation of this passage is perhaps that of Creel: Afler the decree [incorporating his whole set of sweeping refonns] was drawn up Shang Yang did not at once publish it, fearing that the people did not have confidence in him.
I A BRIEF CHRONOLOGY OF MAO ZEDONG' S UFE TO 1920 Dec. 26, 1893 Born in Shaoshan, Hunan 1902-1907 Attends village school while working on father's farm 1910 Attends higher primary school 1911-12 Soldier in "New [modem-style] Army" in Hunan, in aftermath of the October I 91 I revolution, 1913-18 Student in Fourth, then First Provincial Normal School in the provincial capital, Changsha, graduating in June 1918 April 1917 Publishes first article in New Youth April 1918 Founds New People's Study Society Aug.
This work by Sima Qian (145-74? ·at Records, Records of the Historian, and Records of tire Grand Historian, was the first major history of China from the earliest times down to the Han dynasty. 3. Shang Yang (c. ) was one of the founders of the "Legalist" school. His original name was Gongsun Yang; he was also called Wei Yang, because he was descended by a concubine from the royal house of Wei. He is most commonly known as Shang Yang because Duke Xiao ofQin, whom he served, enfeoffed him as Lord Shang.