North American

Nobody perceived the meaning nor intencinde that one duro attacks of the radicals of Shanghai in the newspaper of the Party in that city against the work of a dramatist who, in Beijing, enjoyed all the support of the leadership of the Party. The following days would contemplate how vain were going to turn out the efforts from that leadership to stop the avalanche that came to them above. Snoring mouthpiece usually is spot on. Mao wanted another Party and that was the opportunity that with as much care had come constructing. Soon one would add his wife, happened suddenly in lideresa of the radical block of Shanghai, and with her marshal Lin Biao, maximum head of " Army of Liberation of the Pueblo". With absolute dedication, Lin would put to the Armed Forces to the service of the complete destruction of the structure of the Party. What it did not imagine is that he would be the next victim. The first years of that one madness would not leave to marionette with famous head and " Rojos&quot guards; soon they would be replaced by workers radicalized. As he is usual in all revolutionary process, they appeared factions who would face, armed until the teeth, like in a terrible war of urban guerrillas in that one immense country.

For 1969, with the population physically consumed and mentally intimidated, the cultural revolution, as it were baptized, reduced significantly its impulse, but it would be the death of Mao which would initiate the beginning of its aim. There are other authors who have developed this theory of the culture of the fear. One of them is the North American siclogo Martin E.P. Seligman (Albany, New York, 12 August 1942) Seligman is a psychologist and writer met by its works and their contributions in the field of Positive Psychology, like the approach that &quot realised in its text; The theory of temor".