No publication details. (circa1966). Stock ID #157448
Large Chinese Cultural Revolution papercut on red paper with paper backing, featuring a large head and shoulders portrait of Mao, the sun with its bold rays extending behind him, supporters with their arms in the air are standing behind him.
Excellent condition. Text in Chinese, papercuts sheet measures 49.5 x 74cm. Block of text on right section reads, "Revolution is no crime. To rebel is justified." A popular propaganda slogan speech during the Cultural Revolution. The slogan, quoted separately from Mao's speeches, first publicly promoted by the red guards and soon gained popularity nationwide through government publicity. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 157448).