By Mao Tse Tung, Stuart R. Schram, Nancy Jane Hodes, Stephen C. Averill
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Extra info for Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : The Rise and Fall of the Chinese Soviet Republic 1931-1934
But at this poim, early in its reign, the actions taken by the Fourth Plenum leadership (of which, as discussed in the Introduction to Volume III, Zhou Enlai was also a prominent member) with regard to the Futian Incident and the fonnal authority of Party organs in the base areas actually favored Mao's cause in his dealings both with Xiang Ying and with the Futian Incident participants. The initial decisions to eslablish a Central Bureau for the Soviet Areas and to appoint Xiang Ying and othen to it had been made in the fall of 1930 by Party leaders who were now out of power.
22. There is some uncenainry and considerable variation among Party hislory sources reguding 1he period during which Mao exercised effective control over the Central Bureau. iet, pp. re Histary, p. 279). See also the discussion in Chen. '" pp. 21, 43n72. INTRODUCTION :r::ui:r The practical effeciS of the harsh new resolution on the Futian Incident began to be felt even more rapidly. In March, at Xiang Ying's invitation, several leaders of the incident had left the area west of the Gan River and had reported to the Central Bureau.
But he had linle practical knowledge of rural base-building, and he was a lone outsider entering an unfamiliar political landscape dominated by well-established, powerful personalities such as Mao. i at a particularly tense time. The Futian Incident was the first issue to assume salience. The imponance of settling this problem was as evident to Xiang Ying as to those more personally implicated in the affair. In handling this case, however, Xiang had to consider not only the interests of the revolutionary movement, but also the problem of consolidating his own authority over both established senior Party leaders such 9.
Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : The Rise and Fall of the Chinese Soviet Republic 1931-1934 by Mao Tse Tung, Stuart R. Schram, Nancy Jane Hodes, Stephen C. Averill