Workers of the Cultural Revolution

China - c. 1966
20 x 31 in (51 x 79 cm)
ID #CNLB3613

Description: 

This piece of propaganda came from Mao's Cultural Revolution which lasted from 1966 until 1976. In an effort to re-establish the proper ideology within the People's Republic of China, he called on the youth of his country to help purge the Republic of those who might be steered towards capitalism. 

Poster art at this time was one of the main sources of information for the masses, and they were sold cheaply in order to ensure their more prolific dissemination. The art of the posters was almost always completed in the Socialist Realist style, depicting the idealized people of China. 

100-250 1960s 1966 1970s 1977 books CCP China chinese Chinese Communist Party Communism communist Cultural Revolution Culture East Asia East Asian education horizontal ideology labor left left-wing leftist Mao oriental pamphlets people People's Republic of China political propaganda proletarian proletariat propaganda red small socialism socialist

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