One of this week’s course reading (Tse-Tung), includes an investigative report on the Peasant Movement in Hunan that took place in March of 1927. By reading the report, I realized that it is an influential essay that discusses the art of violence in a revolution, as depicted by Mao Zedong. The report was conducted on a seven months visit to Changsha, Hunan. From the report, I learned that Mao Zedong discusses the endorsement of violence, which broke out during the Northern Expedition. One of the important aspects addressed by the report is a detailed analysis of the struggle of the “Fourteen Great Achievements” for the peasant association (Tse-Tung).