A Historical Investigation on the Early Organization of the Communist Party of Guangzhou and the Construction of Marxist Discourse Power

Qinhan ZENG


As one of the earliest communist groups established in China before the founding of the Communist Party of China, the early organization of the Communist Party of Guangzhou assumed the political responsibility and historical mission of constructing the right to speak of Marxism, and played an important role in promoting the modernization and popularization of Marxism in China and the birth of the Communist Party of China.


The Early Organization of the Communist Party of Guangzhou; Marxist Discourse Power; The Communist Party of China

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12207


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