The Mao Zedong Zao Qi Wen Gao [Early Manuscripts of Mao Zedong] is a collection of young Mao Zedong's manuscripts from 1912 to 1920 and is a record of his growth during his youth. It is worth mentioning that the views of women’s liberation and progress have a place in Mao Zedong's early manuscripts. This study focuses on reviewing and discussing the motivation behind young Mao Zedong's attention to women's liberation and progress issues, his relevant views in these manuscripts, and how these views played a role in his growth into a Marxist. This study aims to explore, from the perspective of women's studies, the thought basis and virtues that led young Mao Zedong to become a Marxist.





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