Mao Zedong’s Social Surveys and China’s Revolution

Yufeng DING


Throughout Mao Zedong’s revolutionary career, even though the situation was unpredictable, the social surveys were almost always associated, particularly surveys during 1928-1933, which provided detailed information for Chinese revolutionary struggle, thus Marxism was gradually acclimatized to China’s ground. Meanwhile, it laid the practical foundation for Chinese revolution getting rid of dogmatism and carrying out revolution according to the actual conditions. The social surveys of Mao Zedong explored a new road for China’s revolution, saved the effective strength, helped to deploy agrarian revolution, found the reliable force, cleared the targets of revolution, consolidated the revolutionary base and led the revolution to set foot on Chinese soil.


Chinese revolution; Mao Zedong; Social surveys

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