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Li Zhisui, Mao's personal physician for nearly 22 years. Li often slept in a small room next to Mao's ballroom-size bedroom, traveled with him and had many late night conversations with him.
Li Zhisui, excerpts reprinted U. News and World Report, October 10, ]. For years Dr Li listened to Mao boasting about his sexual practices and prowess; he also treated the Great Helmsman for various venereal diseases. Although at least one became pregnant, Dr Li knew that Mao was infertile; he never revealed this to his patient. Jonathan Mirsky, The Spectator, September 29, ].
Born into a family of physicians, including two who served the Chinese emperor, Li was trained at an American-financed medical school in China and worked as a ship's surgeon in Australia for one year. He began working for Mao when he was 35 years old. He sometimes taught the chairman English. Li filled 40 notebooks with observation of Mao in the s and 60s, but he burned these out of fear of reprisals during the Cultural Revolution.
After Mao died in the doctor began writing what he remembered and this time he filled 20 notebooks. In , he fled to Chicago where his two sons lived, and in he promised his wife on her deathbed that he would record his story for his children and later generations.
Wikipedia article Wikipedia ; Paul Noll site paulnoll. Good Chinese History Websites: Main China Page factsanddetails. Fanshen by William Hinton is the classic account of rural revolution during the communist-led civil war in the late s. The book was read by U. President George Bush and embraced by the American right as a condemnation of Communism. It characterizes Mao as cruel, materialistic, self-centered and a leader who used terror with the aim of ruling the world.