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At the time of the Cultural Revolution, Hu was a young lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at Nanjing University. Soon after the outbreak of the Cultural Revolution, Hu was accused of being a member of a reactionary gang for the president of the university. He was criticised, denounced, paraded through the streets and subjected to public insult. His personal experiences caused him to condemn the countless injustices that had occurred during the Cultural Revolution, and to explore the nature of and reasons for this so-called revolution.

These matters would be redressed, and all the vilifications and falsehoods would be cancelled completely. Thus Zhang Zhixin, Shi Yunfeng and the The Part Played by Chinese Leaders Since 1978 45 countless others who had been persecuted for opposing the groups headed by Lin Biao 8 and Jiang Qing9 in the Cultural Revolution were exonerated, and all those who had been unjustly accused of wrong doing were rehabilitated. 10 One of the severest cases of injustice was that of former president Liu Shaoqi, who had been stripped of all his positions during the Cultural Revolution and had been harassed to death in prison.

Since Hua and his followers had vested interests in the Cultural Revolution, they wished to keep the established power structure with Hua as the core. He did not want others to challenge his power and did not allow denying the Cultural Revolution by which their positions were obtained. However, by implication of the group supporting Deng, Hua realised that his 'assumption of the chairmanship of the Central Committee and of its Military Commission could be deemed unconstitutional; but if he would agree to the reinstatement of Deng, this question of legitimacy could be negotiated or even withdrawn.

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