Several Thoughts on Red Cultural Resources Supported Honest Party Work-Style Education

Meiying XU


Red cultural resource, which is the sum of education physical and psychological materials that being formed by the Communist Party of China during revolution and construction processes, is an excellent resource to implement honest party work-style education. To strengthen honest party work-style education for party members and cadres basing on red cultural resource, it needs to build a stable education base, integrate relative working mechanism, and fully utilize red cultural resources in honest party work-style education.


Red cultural resource; Honest party Work-style education; Thinking

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