Protests after violent seizure of Peking University's Marxist Society

The Marxist Society of Peking University were getting ready to celebrate Mao’s 125th birthday when the university administration abruptly deposed its leader, Qui Zhanxuan, and replaced the Society’s leadership and upper cadres with 32 ringers largely drawn from the Communist Youth League or the Chinese Communist Party. The ensuing student protests (“Give us back our … Continue reading Protests after violent seizure of Peking University’s Marxist Society