Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution - The Propaganda Wall, pgs. 100-117 Summary & Analysis

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There is a propaganda wall at the end of the alley. This is where pictures and posters appeared. The wall is repainted with a picture of Mao. People go to the wall to confess their guilt. They are taunted by others. There is a Neighborhood Dictatorship Group run by a man named Six Fingers, which suggests the names of families to be in the Black Category. The Group patrols the neighborhood. Six Fingers is very cocky because of his position.

Ji-li and Ji-yung attend a lecture by Jia Hong-yu. She is a Red Guard who led a team on a march to the countryside. Jia Hong-yu explains how she traveled against her parents' consent. She tells of the meeting in Beijing with other Red Guards. There were tens of thousands of Red Guards in Tiananmen Square for...

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