From Mao Zedong to the 18th National Congress of CPC: The Developing Logic of the “Mass Line”

Jian CUI

Abstract


From Mao Zedong to the 18th National Congress of CPC, “Mass line” is the main line running through all the theories and practices of the Communist Party of China. The 90 years of the history of CPC is a history when there is a gradual enhancement of the understanding of the “Mass line”, and is a history in which the CPC has unswervingly adhered to the “Mass Line”, centered round the vast masses, and promote the mass work in advance with the times. On the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the birth of Mao Zedong and of the implementation of educational activities about the “Mass line” throughout the whole Party, this paper attempts to make an analysis of the development of CPC’s “Mass line”. The writer is firmly convinced that it is of immense historical value and time significance.


Keywords


Mao Zedong; The 18th National Congress of CPC; “Mass line”

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F4784

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