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Appendix III. In Memoriam

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This appendix presents a note on the author, Zhou Yiliang, who devoted his entire life working tirelessly to training disciples throughout the land. The written works into which he poured all of his energies still have profound influence, nourishing generations of numerous students. His position and influence in the work of historical scholarship is both assured and enormous. As he worked from 1973 to 1976 with the "Great Criticism Group of Beijing and Qinghua Universities", "Liangxiao" for short, there are people in the academic world who have opinions about him. This was a distinctive time in history, with many an extremely complicated situation. In October 1976, "Liangxiao" altogether had thirty-nine members all according to temporal exigencies having been decided upon by the Party committees of Peking University and Qinghua University, having been transferred to the project by their respective departments.

Keywords: Beijing university; Peking University; Qinghua University; Zhou Yiliang



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