Title: IN THE SERVICE OF THE PEOPLE: The Story of ...
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press,, Peking:
Publication Date: 1968
32-page stapled booklet with red, white, and black illustrated cover; measures about 4 1/4 x 7 inches. Recounts the story of how 18-year-old Tsai Yung-Hsiang died saving the lives of a trainload of Red Guards by removing a log on a railway track placed there by a "counter-revolutiona ry. " Text in English. Minor cover foxing (mainly at rear panel) , with light internal foxing. Pages tight, clean, unmarked. An interesting bit of Maoist ephemera. ;. Bookseller Inventory # 31875
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