Reflections on the Values of Marxist Youth Science

Jia FENG

Abstract


Marxism is the ideology guiding the establishment of the Communist Party of China as well as the establishment of the country, and it not only theoretically guides the development of various aspects of the Chinese society, but also practically guides the growth and success of the young generation. Therefore, giving full play to the guidance the classical theories of Marxist Youth Science have the young generation is a powerful thrust to the modernization of Marxism.


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Marxism; Youth Science; Values

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

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