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HI 2328: History of Revolutions in the Twentieth Century: Home

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Poster of two images. The top image shows a man in front of a rising or setting sun. There is Chinese text above the man and flowers below him. The bottom image shows a map of China. The poster uses the colors red, orange, yellow, dark green, and black.

Title: Revolutionary Committees Are Good. Long Live the All-around Victory of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution! 

Date: 1968

From: Cornell University – PJ Mode Collection of Persuasive Cartography