Chinese President Mao Zedong’s Proverb, Mao Appointing His Wife Jiang Qing as Second in Command, Jiang’s Fierce Temper, and the Only Person Jiang Never Scolded

A well known proverb from Mao Zedong’s work exists which states “revolution is not a dinner party, a revolution is an act of violence whereby one class overthrows the power of another”. Mao appointed his wife to his second in command because he knew he could trust her being that he was her only support. Mao’s wife had a fierce temper and would think nothing of firing a bodyguard or secretary. The only person Mao’s wife would never terminate was her cook, because she knew she could not do without...

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