On the Strategic Dimension and Practical Enlightenment of Deng Xiaoping’s Thought of Democratic and Legal Educational



Deng Xiaoping democratic legal educational thought is an important part of Deng Xiaoping Theory. From the perspectives of historical experience, political situation of stability and unity, and the construction of spiritual civilization, it elaborates democratic legal education, and highlights Deng Xiaoping’s profound thought on the fundamental strategic significance of democratic legal education, which has a important and far-reaching practical significance to establish today’s socialist core values, to construct a country ruled by law and to cultivate successors and builders for the socialist cause.


Deng Xiaoping; Democratic legal education; Strategy; Practical enlightenment

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