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Xie Fuzhi


Xie Fuzhi (also rendered as Hsieh Fu-shih; fl. 1960s) was a China|Chinese radical intellectual who became influential within the Chinese Communist Party during the Cultural Revolution.

As Minister of Public Security, Xie was sent by President Chou En-lai to the scene of the Wuhan Mutiny. People's Liberation Army|PLA troops were supporting, with the encouragement of Gen. Chen Zaidao, resistance to Red Guard groups trying to assert local control, and Xie was to reiterate Chou's orders to the general to cease assisting that resistance. On arriving July 16, 1967, he repeated that order, and ordered Ch'en to support the Red Guards' faction, but was rebuffed by the general. Four days later, Xie was badly beaten, and detained for most of a week, by PLA troops in the mutiny, until Ch'en was confronted with much larger PLA forces and surrendered.

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Xie died before the denunciation of the Gang of Four in 1976, but he was one of two people named as members of that group beyond the surviving four put on trial for "anti-party activities".

Category:CPC leaders
Category:Cultural Revolution people

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