The Socialist Reform With Chinese Characteristics Under the Guidance of Chinese Spirit

Jianxin Lü


The focal points of guiding the socialist reform with Chinese characteristics lie in the correct understanding of Chinese Spirit’s connotation. Its core concepts reside in the cohesive force of carrying out socialist reform with Chinese characteristics on the basis of lessons and experience since the reform and opening-up in 1978.


Chinese spirit; Chinese Characteristics; Guide; Reform

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