Experience and Reflection on the Popularization of Marxism Seventeen Years After the Founding of China

Lingling HE

Abstract


Seventeen years after the founding of China, the Communist Party of China has gained rich experience of combining Marxism popularization with the central work of the party and the country, comprehensively covering various groups while highlighting the important objects, struggling with a variety of anti-Marxist ideology, and encouraging party cadres extensively launch theory publicity during the spread of Marxism. These experiences provide an important warning for promoting contemporary Chinese Marxism popularization: thought of the ruling class is possible to achieve and must achieve popularity, promoting the popularization of Marxism is the party’s long-term historical mission, which consolidate the position of the mainstream ideology of Marxism in the struggle, and fully play its role of advocacy and demonstration to pure the party cadres.


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Seventeen years after the founding of People’s Republic of China; Popularization of Marxism; Experience; Reflection

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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