Differing Perspectives Pertaining to Rights
...The Red Guards violated the legal right of religious freedom guaranteed by the Constitution, and committed many crimes of vandalism, assault, manslaughter and murder. They disrupted work and study, which was against the law. They may have targeted some populations based on ethnicity, in which case they could be accused of genocide."
-Pamela Kyle Crossley, Student Email Interview
Student Skype Interview with former Red Guard, Qiansong Chen, on human rights in the Cultural Revolution