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1. Editor's Introduction—Tani E. Barlow
2. The Cultural Revolution: The Last Revolution? Translated by Bruno Bosteels—Alain Badiou
3. Maoism: A Stage of Marxism Translated by Bruno Bosteels—Group for the Foundation of the Union of Communists of France Marxist-Leninist (UCFML)
4. Maoism, Marxism of Our Time Translated by Bruno Bosteels—Group for the Foundation of the Union of Communists of France Marxist-Leninist (UCFML)
5. The Conclusive Scene: Mao and the Red Guards in July 1968—Alessandro Russo
6. Post-Maoism: Badiou and Politics—Bruno Bosteels
7. Selections from Théorie du sujet on the Cultural Revolution Translated by Alberto Toscano, with the kind assistance of Lorenzo Chiesa and Nina Power—Alain Badiou
8. Further Selections from Théorie du sujet on the Cultural Revolution Translated by Lorenzo Chiesa—Alain Badiou
9. The Triumphant Restoration Translated by Alberto Toscano—Alain Badiou
10. The Dialectical Mode: With Regard to Mao Zedong and Problems of Strategy in China's Revolutionary War
Translated by Bruno Bosteels —Anonymous
11. An Essential Philosophical Thesis: "It Is Right to Rebel against the Reactionaries" Translated by Alberto Toscano—Alain Badiou
12. UCFML Bibliography—Bruno Bosteels
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