The Basic Experience of Seizing the Cultural Hegemony of the CPC in the Liberation War

Huamin WANG, Yulu YUAN


The cultural hegemony is identified by the ideology of the ruling class, which is a theoretical model to get the political leadership through “mobile warfare” and “trench warfare”. In the Liberation War, according to the adjusted strategy, the Chinese Communist Party united with all those that can be united with to obtain people’s cultural and ideological identity. The CPC continued to strengthen its construction of the members and through theoretical study guiding the practice to increase the rallying power and combat capacity. It also through the combination of violent revolution and ideology identity, carried out the great practice of seizing the cultural hegemony, thus forming the base and valuable experience.


Cultural hegemony; The CPC, Liberation War; Basic experience.

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