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The general secretary Xi’s discussion on Chinese dream is a product combined with Marxism ideal and faith and actual situation of modern China, with rich connotation. The great objective, consciousness of responsibility, way of organization and motivation, and realization path of Chinese dream provide new method, new thought, and new opportunity for four basic relationships which shall be handled well in college students’ ideal and belief education, that is, relationship between lofty idea and common ideal, relationship between collective interest and personal interest, relationship between common ideal and personal ideal, relationship between being visionary and being down-to-earth.
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