Reflections on “Mass Line” Campaign Among College Student Party Members

Jun YI, Hong YAN


For the purpose of building up the awareness of college student party members,which will promote the practical activities among college students and which is to be of great significance and value to the present campaign,it is a compulsory and urgent task for college students, as an important component of Party members, to reflect and consider the profound significance of “mass line” along with the emengence and development of educational practiccal activities.Apart from that, it is also of great importance for them to make a clear defininition for the role that they play and promote a series of practical campaign led by themselves combing with the particularities that they are possessed with for fear of being isolated by the people.


College student party members; Implementing “mass line” campaign

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