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1. Peking leader
2. Asian leader
3. Chairman of note
4. Peking idol
5. Peking name
6. Far East name
7. Late Chinese leader
8. To whom Chou seldom said no
9. Chou's colleague
10. "Little Red Book" author
11. Former Peking name
12. "Red Book" author
13. His wife was in the Gang of Four
14. Comrade of Chu Teh
15. ___ Zedong
16. Famed Far East name
17. Memorable Oriental
18. Kuomintang opponent
19. The Long March leader
20. Little Red Book author
21. Double this for a honey eater
22. Leader of the Long March
23. Erstwhile Chinese leader
24. Former Chinese V.I.P.
25. Dead Red head
26. Novel by F. Huch: 1907
27. Former Chinese chief
28. Tse-tung
29. Erstwhile Asiatic bigwig
30. Out-of-style jacket
31. Oft-quoted Chairman
32. Former Chinese dictator
33. Hua predecessor
34. Leader before Hua
35. Chinese Chairman, once
36. Former Chinese leader
37. "___ II," DeLillo novel
38. Red Book author
39. Much-quoted luminary
40. Noted Warhol subject
41. Cultural Revolution leader
42. Jiang Qing's husband
43. Warhol serigraph subject
44. ___ Tse-tung
45. "From ___ to Mozart" (film)
46. Longtime Chinese leader
47. One-time Chinese chairman
48. China's Chairman ___
49. Leader in asummit meeting with Nixon
50. Cultural Revolution chief
51. Chiang's overthrower
52. Great Leap Forward leader
53. Red Army chief
54. Leader known for his "little red book"
55. Onetime popular T-shirt icon
56. "From ___ to Mozart" (documentary)
57. He wrote "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun"
58. Nixon host
59. "Nixon in China" role
60. Only proper noun in the Beatles' "Revolution"
61. "A revolution is not a dinner party" writer
62. Leader in a 1972 summit meeting with Nixon
63. "From ___ to Mozart" (1980 film)
64. Great Leap Forward proponent
65. Great Leap Forward creator
66. Chairman on Chinese currency
67. Leader entombed in Tiananmen Square
68. Leader with a Little Red Book
69. Long March leader of China
70. Card game with unspoken rules
71. Figure skater Asada
72. Long Marcher
73. One with a red book
74. Chairman __
75. Red chairman
76. On Contradiction author
77. Chairman of Eastern history
78. Cultural Revolution chairman
79. Nixon visited him in 1972
80. Tiananmen Square honoree
81. Chairman until 1976
82. All reactionaries are paper tigers speaker
83. Noted Chinese leader
84. World leader in Warhol portraits
85. Red Warhol subject?
86. '60s Chinese chairman
87. Chinese leader Zedong
88. Late Red head
89. Red book man
90. __ Zedong
91. __ jacket (Chinese attire)
92. Former premier, familiarly
93. Man with a red book?
94. China's Zedong
95. Former chairman
96. Little Red Book chairman
97. Red jacket?
98. Red Guard idol
99. Memorable Nixon host of 1972
100. Chairman you shouldn't carry pictures of if you want to make it with anyone, per Lennon
101. Chairman with a "Red Book"
102. ___ II (Don DeLillo novel)
103. Card game named after a dictator
104. Card game named after a leader
105. Card game named after a world leader
106. Chairman who was also a poet and calligrapher
107. Figure on some Occupy Wall Street protestors' shirts
108. Tenor in "Nixon in China"
109. Chairman with a "Little Red Book"
110. Long March leader in 1930s China
111. Red Army's leader
112. 1960s jacket eponym
113. Big Red of China
114. __ inhibitor
115. Leader with an eponymous jacket
116. Red head of yore
117. Big Red name
118. Oft-quoted leader
119. China's Chairman
120. Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun speaker
121. Red head of yore?
122. Great Leap Forward pioneer
123. The Great Leap Forward initiator
124. Nixon met with him in 1972
125. Leader who halted the Hundred Flowers Campaign
126. Leader who called reactionaries "paper tigers"
127. Long March leader Tse-tung
128. Great Leap Forward architect
129. Statesman on a 100-yuan note
130. Red Guard leader
131. Familiar face in Tiananmen Square
132. His mausoleum is in Tiananmen Square
133. Statesman in a Warhol series
134. A revolution is not a dinner party statesman
135. 1972 host to Nixon
136. Nixon in China tenor role
137. Women hold up half the sky proclaimer
138. Foe of Chiang
139. 6-Down leader
140. Leader with a jacket named for him
141. Chinese leader who hosted Nixon
142. Leader who was painted by Warhol
143. Red head of the 20th century
144. Great Leap Forward Chinese leader
145. Chairman mentioned in the Beatles' "Revolution"
146. Chinese leader who said, "Women hold up half the sky"
147. Long March VIP
148. Former Chinese Chairman
149. Nixon met him in China
150. __ Tse-tung
151. Chiang adversary
152. '60s Chinese leader
153. '60s stylish collar
154. Chiang opponent
155. High-collared jacket
156. Jacket-collar type
157. Onetime Chinese leader
158. Little Red Book name
159. Nixon in China tenor
160. Red head
161. From ___ to Mozart (1980 documentary)
162. The Amazing Race prop
163. Japanese ___, bonsai plant
164. Back-of-airline magazine feature
165. Relief provider, maybe
166. Aid in locating a pirate's treasure
167. Cartography
168. Many users follow its directions
169. Indigenous New Zealanders
170. Language known to native speakers as "te reo"
171. Natives of the land known as Aotearoa
172. Gymnasium floor choice
173. Mark atop, as graph points
174. Unlike terra incognita, say
175. Belief system founded in China
176. Language related to Tahitian
177. Native Kiwis
178. Indigenous people known for their tattoos
179. Most Cook Islanders
180. Who said "In waking a tiger, use a long stick"
181. 20th-century revolutionaries
182. Official New Zealand language besides English
183. People visited by Captain Cook in 1769
184. Station display
185. Subway station feature
186. Help at the entrance to a mall
187. Reference in "Treasure Island"
188. An official language of New Zealand
189. Attire for the Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld
190. An "X" might "mark the spot" on one
191. Help in finding buried treasure
192. It has dots for spots
193. Baked beans flavor
194. Bit of Communist Chinese attire
195. Language of Polynesia
196. Source of the word "kiwi"
197. Chinese liquor made from sorghum
198. Like the haka dance, in origin
199. Performers of the ceremonial haka dance
200. Concierge handout
201. Ex-Smiths (and current Modest Mouse) guitarist Johnny
202. Back-biting sportscaster Albert
203. Heroes star Oka
204. Bob ___ Rises From Grave To Free Frat Boys From Bonds Of Oppression: "The Onion" headline
205. Person of the old school?
206. 'C.S.I.' star Helgenberger
207. Colt bearer
208. Mule's mom
209. Following in step, as a drum
210. One of the 'Brady Bunch' girls
211. 'See-saw, -- Daw'
212. Traveler -- Polo
213. Former Philippine president going around something?
214. Charts (out)
215. Dent up, e.g.
216. Tattooed Tom Sawyer's creator?
217. French revolutionary killed in the bathtub, 1793
218. Some burros
219. Mint seasoning
220. _____ Leaf Rag (Scott Joplin)
221. Emulates a cartographer
222. Where X marks the spot
223. Leaf found in Toronto
224. Native from New Zealand
225. Rand McNally item
226. Chairman from China
227. Chairman painted by Andy Warhol
228. Former world leader with a suit style named for him
229. Best-selling Chinese author
230. Warhol subject
231. It goes before -ism in China
232. Chinese Red
233. Chinese leader
234. Longtime Chinese leader Zedong
235. Great Leap Forward promoter
236. Chairman ___ (former Chinese leader)
237. Chinese leader of the "Long March"
238. Red Army leader
239. Red head, familiarly
240. Tenor's role in "Nixon in China"
241. Chinese name
242. Party boss in Asia
243. Chinese V.I.P.
244. Peking V.I.P.
245. Chou's associate
246. Hua's predecessor
247. Long March leader
248. Name in Communism
249. Chiang foe
250. ___ II, DeLillo novel
251. Chairman _____
252. Chinese chairman
253. Long March participant
254. Language from which "mako" comes
255. Encyclopedia offering
256. Item in an airline magazine
257. Little Red Book writer
258. Red head, once?
259. Nixon in China character
260. China's ___ Zedong
261. ___ jacket
262. Red giant
263. Card game akin to crazy eights
264. Former Red head
265. From ___ to Mozart (1981 Best Documentary Oscar winner)
266. Chairman of the Cultural Revolution
267. Nixon in China role
268. He was quoted in the "Little Red Book"
269. Chairman Zedong
270. Longtime Chinese chairman
271. Jacket type
272. Revolutionary leader
273. Peacock, so called by Kipling
274. Iconic Andy Warhol subject
275. Kind of jacket
276. "From ___ to Mozart" (1980 documentary)
277. Leader of the Autumn Harvest Uprising
278. Andy Warhol subject
279. 1972 Nixon host
280. Author of a once-popular book of quotations
281. Jiang's husband
282. Great Leap Forward figure
283. Red leader
284. He said "Learn from the masses, and then teach them"
285. Red giant?
286. He outlawed 38-Across because it promoted gambling
287. Leader who said "All reactionaries are paper tigers"
288. Who said "Learn from the masses, and then teach them"
289. He married He
290. Late Chairman
291. Associate of Zhou
292. Chinese Communist leader
293. Red Chinese leader
294. Chinese dictator
295. China's seldom-seen dictator
296. Chiang's foe
297. Red China's top man
298. He covets Formosa
299. Red chief in Peiping
300. Red spokesman
301. Mr Big in China
302. Chiang's rival
303. Leader of Red China
304. Mystery man of China
305. Chinese Red head
306. Red China's leader
307. Mystery man of Red China
308. Red China's bigwig
309. Arch Chinese Communist
310. Red China ruler
311. Autumn Harvest Uprising leader
312. "A New Storm Against Imperialism" writer (1968)
313. "A revolution is not a dinner party" statesman
314. "All reactionaries are paper tigers" speaker
315. "Chairman" mentioned in The Beatles' "Revolution"
316. "From ___ to Mozart" (1981 Best Documentary Oscar winner)
317. "From ___ to Mozart" (1981 film)
318. "From ___ to Mozart" (Oscar-winning documentary featuring violinist Isaac Stern)
319. "Great Leap Forward" leader
320. "Hold the ___!" (Chinese diner's request)
321. "Little Red Book" chairman
322. "Little Red Book" name
323. "Little Red Book" writer
324. "Nixon in China" character
325. "Nixon in China" tenor
326. "Nixon in China" tenor role
327. "Red Book" Chinese chairman
328. "The Great Helmsman"
329. "The Little Red Book" author
330. "The Little Red Book" byline
331. "The Little Red Book" chairman
332. "The Little Red Book" writer
333. "The red sun in our hearts" per an old slogan
334. "War cannot for a single minute be separated from politics" speaker
335. "Women hold up half the sky" attribution
336. "Women hold up half the sky" proclaimer
337. "___ II" (1991 DeLillo novel)
338. "___ II" (Don DeLillo novel)
339. "___ II " DeLillo novel
340. "___'s Last Dancer" (book and movie about ballet star Li Cunxin)
341. '70s Chinese leader
342. 'Little Red Book author'
343. 'Little Red Book' author
344. 'Little Red Book' writer
345. 'Nixon in China' role
346. 'Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun' speaker
347. '___ II' (Don DeLillo novel)
348. =-- Tse-tung
349. =-- Zedong
350. 1960s jacket style
351. 1972 summit principal
352. A big Red
353. Andy Warhol portrait subject
354. Architect of the Great Leap Forward
355. Asian leader.
356. Asian name
357. Author of a "little red book."
358. Author of a red book
359. Author of sayings.
360. Autumn Harvest Uprising figure
361. Benevolent monopoly once
362. Best-selling Chinese author Dun
363. Big Red
364. Big Red?
365. Big name in Beijing
366. Big name in china
367. Big name in Chinese history
368. Big name in communism
369. Big name in Peiping.
370. Card game known for complicated rules
371. Card game with a "Chairman"
372. Chairman ___
373. Chairman during the Cultural Revolution
374. Chairman from Hunan
375. Chairman in The Beatles' "Revolution"
376. Chairman mentioned in a Beatles song
377. Chairman name
378. Chairman of China
379. Chairman of China once
380. Chairman of crosswords
381. Chairman portrayed in "Nixon in China"
382. Chairman visited by Nixon in 1972
383. Chairman who said "political power grows out of the barrel of a gun"
384. Chairman whose figure overlooks Tiananmen Square
385. Chairman with a 'Little Red Book'
386. Chairman with a Little Red Book
387. Chairman with a mole
388. Chairman you shouldn't carry pictures of if you want to make it with anyone per Lennon
389. Chairman's name
390. Chairman once
391. Chiang contemporary
392. Chiang's husband
393. China chairman once
394. China chief once
395. China's -- Zedong
396. China's Chairman --
397. China's Long March leader
398. China's ex-chairman
399. China's first Chairman
400. China's principal Marxist
401. Chinese chairman once
402. Chinese Communist Party founder
403. Chinese Red.
404. Chinese VIP once
405. Chinese cat
406. Chinese chairman (3)
407. Chinese chairman before Deng
408. Chinese chairman who hosted Nixon
409. Chinese chairman familiarly
410. Chinese chairman.
411. Chinese currency portrait
412. Chinese leader from Hunan
413. Chinese leader in pop art portraits
414. Chinese leader painted by Warhol
415. Chinese leader who met with Nixon
416. Chinese leader who said "Women hold up half the sky"
417. Chinese leader with a Little Red Book
418. Chinese leader with appalling dental hygiene
419. Chinese leader.
420. Chinese name.
421. Chinese revolutionary
422. Chinese revolutionary leader
423. Chou's comrade.
424. Cold war figure
425. Communist leader ___ Tse-tung
426. Communist revolutionary Zedong
427. Contemporary of Zhou
428. Cultural Revolution figure
429. Cultural Revolution guy
430. Cultural Revolution supporter
431. Cultural Revolutionist
432. Deng's predecessor
433. Dictator mentioned in the Beatles' "Revolution"
434. Dictator with a mole
435. Don DeLillo's "___ II"
436. Don DeLillo's "___ II" (1991)
437. Enemy of Chiang.
438. Famed Chinese
439. Famed Warhol subject
440. Famous Chinese chairman
441. Famous chairman
442. Figure seen at Tiananmen Square
443. Figure seen on "people's currency"
444. First name in chairmen
445. Forbidden City VIP
446. Former Communist leader
447. Former premier familiarly
448. Former red head?
449. Former ruler
450. Great Leap Forward chairman
451. Great Leap Forward initiator
452. Great Leap Forward launcher
453. Great Leap Forward name
454. Great Leap Forward overseer
455. Greyhound e.g.
456. He met Nixon once for about an hour
457. He met with Nixon
458. He met with Nixon in 1972
459. He said "Learn from the masses and then teach them"
460. He said "Politics is war without bloodshed"
461. He was Chairman 1949-59
462. He was born Dec. 26 1893
463. He's buried in Tiananmen Square
464. He's mentioned in "Revolution"
465. He's mentioned in the Beatles' "Revolution"
466. He's quoted in "The Little Red Book"
467. High-collared type of jacket
468. His portrait hangs at Tiananmen Square
469. His portrait is at the entrance to Beijing's Forbidden City
470. Ho supporter
471. Hunan-born ruler
472. Iconic figure in a Warhol work
473. Image in Tiananmen Square
474. Infamous Chinese name
475. Infamous revolutionary
476. Jacket stylist?
477. Japanese figure skater ___ Asada
478. Jiang Qing married him
479. Jiang Qing's guy
480. Jiang Qing Madame ___
481. Kipling peacock
482. Leader know for his "little Red Book"
483. Leader married to Jiang Qing
484. Leader mentioned in the Beatles' "Revolution"
485. Leader name-checked by Lennon in "Revolution"
486. Leader of "struggle sessions"
487. Leader of the "Great Leap Forward"
488. Leader of the "Long March"
489. Leader of the Autumn Harvest Uprising 1927
490. Leader once known as "The Four Greats"
491. Leader repeatedly praised in the (doctored) Mandarin edition of Bill Clinton's "My Life"
492. Leader that becomes an online acronym by adding an L at the front
493. Leader who outlawed mah-jongg
494. Leader who said "It is right to rebel"
495. Leader who said "Learn from the masses and then teach them"
496. Leader who said "Once all struggle is grasped miracles are possible"
497. Leader who said "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun"
498. Leader with an -ism
499. Little Red Book byline
500. Little Red Book figure
501. Little Red Book maker
502. Long March king?
503. Long March leader in China
504. Long March leader of the 1930s
505. Long-ruling chairman
506. Long-time Chinese Chairman
507. Long-time Chinese leader
508. Longtime leader of China
509. Man on Chinese money
510. Man with a mole
511. Much-quoted chairman
512. Murderer with a mole
513. Name in China
514. Name in the news.
515. Nixon met with him
516. Nixon's host in February 1972
517. No buddy of Chiang
518. Noted Chinese chairman
519. Noted chairman
520. Often-quoted chairman
521. Onetime Beijing bigwig
522. Onetime Chinese chairman
523. Oriental name
524. Oriental name.
525. Peacock in Kipling.
526. Peacock in Kipling.
527. Peking kingpin once
528. Peking name.
529. Portrait at a Forbidden City gate
530. Portrait on Chinese currency
531. Portrait on Chinese renminbi bills
532. Portrait on paper yuan
533. Portrait overlooking Tiananmen Square
534. Powerful Red.
535. Quote-book author
536. ROC's first chairman
537. Red Army builder
538. Red China name
539. Red China official.
540. Red Guard hero
541. Red Guard promoter
542. Red Guard supporter
543. Red Guards idol
544. Red chief once
545. Red head met by Nixon
546. Red head of old
547. Red head of the 20th century (3)
548. Red head with a mole
549. Red head familiarly
550. Red head once
551. Red head once?
552. Red in Warhol paintings?
553. Red leader.
554. Red suit
555. Revolutionary figure
556. Revolutionary leader with a suit
557. Ruler depicted by Andy Warhol
558. Silkscreened Andy Warhol portrait subject
559. Smiling figure in some propaganda posters
560. Subject for Warhol
561. Subject of 199 silkscreen paintings by Warhol
562. The Four Modernizations followed his death
563. The Little Red Book author
564. Tiananmen Square portrait
565. Tienanmen Square honoree
566. Type of jacket
567. Ubiquitous Chinese character
568. Visage overlooking Tiananmen Square
569. Warhol portrait subject
570. Who said "A revolution is not a dinner party"
571. Who said "In waking a tiger use a long stick"
572. Who said "Learn from the masses and then teach them"
573. Who said "Politics is war without bloodshed"
574. Who said "Where there is oppression there is resistance"
575. Word that the Beatles rhymed with "anyhow" in a 1968 hit
576. World leader depicted by Warhol
577. World leader depicted on a ping pong paddle in "Forrest Gump"
578. World leader mentioned by the Beatles in "Revolution"
579. World leader who proclaimed "Women hold up half the sky"
580. World leader with a distinctive jacket
581. World leader with a namesake jacket
582. World leader 1949-76
583. Zedong
584. Zedong in Chinese history
585. ___ inhibitor
586. ___ jacket (Chinese attire)
587. ___ style (esteemed Chinese calligraphy)
588. ___ suit
589. ___-tai (Chinese liquor)
590. Red dictator
591. Chou's chief
592. Red China dictator
593. Red head, once
594. The Little Red Book writer
595. The Little Red Book author
596. China chief, once
597. Chinese chairman, familiarly
598. Chairman of China, once
599. The Little Red Book chairman
600. Post WWII regimen in China
601. Motorist's aid
602. Traveler's need
603. Tse-tung followers
604. Tse-tung follower
605. Native New Zealander
606. Kiwi
607. Kiri Te Kanawa, for one
608. New Zealand native
609. High-collared type of jacket
610. A Polynesian language
611. A Communist doctrine
612. Whale Rider people
613. Little Red Book adherents
614. Indigenous New Zealander
615. Little Red Book ideology
616. Early New Zealander
617. Certain New Zealander
618. Little Red Book follower
619. Cultural Revolution land
620. New Zealand tongue experiencing a revival
621. Polynesian language
622. Relatives of Tahitians
623. Native New Zealanders
624. Rand McNally product
625. Word before or after sugar
626. Prospector's aid
627. Tourist's aid
628. Treasure seeker's aid
629. Strong Chinese liquor
630. Atlas page
631. Language that gave us "kiwi"
632. Chinese hard-liner
633. Language akin to Tahitian
634. Like about 15% of New Zealanders
635. Tiki carvers
636. Driving aid
637. Navigational aid
638. Mall aid
639. Plot
640. Plan out
641. Some astronomy Ph.D.s?
642. Selling points
643. Actress Tomei
644. Actress Mason
645. Scott Joplin composition
646. Damage
647. =-- gras
648. Tarnish
649. =-- of error
650. Soprano Callas
651. =-- Polo
652. Filly's mother
653. Scuff up, e.g.
654. Sully
655. Musical gourd
656. Madame Curie
657. I and the Village painter Chagall
658. Fudge flavor
659. Syrup tree
660. AAA offerings
661. Cover with graffiti, e.g.
662. Deface
663. Atlas item
664. Driver's aid
665. Language of New Zealand
666. Sugar ___
667. New Zealand tribesman
668. Red Guard's movement
669. See 57 Down
670. World leader, 1949-76
671. Red Guard member
672. Cartographer's creation
673. I wander, backing New Zealander (5)
674. Red Guard
675. New Zealand native.
676. Civilized race of New Zealand.
677. Opponent of Chiang Kai-shek.
678. Chinese Communist leader.
679. Red Chinese leader.
680. Aborigine of New Zealand.
681. Chiang's foe.
682. China's seldom-seen dictator.
683. Chinese Red head.
684. Chinese dictator.
685. He covets Formosa.
686. Leader of Red China.
687. Mystery man of China.
688. Mystery man of Red China.
689. Red China ruler.
690. Red China's bigwig.
691. Red China's leader.
692. Red China's top man.
693. ___ Tse-tung.
694. Mother: Sp.
695. Chinese Red menace.
696. Mr. Big in China.
697. Red chief in Peiping.
698. Red spokesman.
699. Aborigine from down under.
700. Chou's chief.
701. Red dictator.
702. Large-statured Polynesian.
703. Chou's colleague.
704. Leader of "the long march."
705. Red China dictator.
706. Chinese Red leader.
707. Aborigine of Auckland.
708. Red Chinese dictator.
709. Aborigine from Wellington.
710. Far East name.
711. Native of North Island.
712. Peacocks, in Kipling tales.
713. Peacock, in Kipling.
714. N. Z. native.
715. New Zealand aborigine.
716. New Zealander.
717. Polynesian.
718. N.Z. tribesman.
719. N. Z. native
720. Don DeLillo's "__ II"
721. Little Red Book author
722. Chinese Red leader
723. China's Red chief
724. Red Chinese dictator
725. Bigwig in China
726. Red China official
727. Enemy of Chiang
728. Peacock, in Kipling
729. Peacock in Kipling
730. Big name in Peiping
731. Chou's comrade
732. Powerful Red
733. Author of sayings
734. Chinese VIP
735. Novel by F. Huch:
736. Tiananmen Square VIP