A Preliminary Exploration on the Cohesion of China Dream in the Consensus of People of All Ranks and Classes



More than thirty years reform and opening up in China leads to the significant changes not only in the whole country, but also in the economic and social status of people of all ranks and classes. While China is accumulating the material and spiritual wealth, the economic and social conflicts of different ranks and classes are also piled up simultaneously. With the largest population in the world, the social problems in China are very impressive in the whole world. How China smoothly to avoid “the middle income trap”, to pass through the social transformation stage of interest diversification and culture crash, and to maintain sound development trend, require a common dream, cohesion of consensus and converging strength. The China Dream is born in such historical background, which has become the spiritual bond of cohesion in the social consensus of people of all ranks and classes, and also the behavioral direction of the people of all ranks and classes.


China Dream; Ranks and classes; Social consensus

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6415


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