What Mao described to Snow is a kind of retreat from the traditional Communist world revolutionary theory: “Wherever there is revolution, we will issue reports and hold meetings to support “Exactly this will make the empire unsatisfied. We just want to say cliché, shoot empty bullets, we won’t send troops.” When examining Mao’s reports in retrospect, one wondered whether these things had seriously affected the Johnson administration’s strategy in Vietnam. Just a girl who loved books and cat poster. In other words, Mao never made them official policies. Partly because doing so would need to reverse an ideological doctrine that lasted for a decade and a half, especially at the time of ideology, the cry of his battle in the country, and conflict with the Federation.