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 AA  Vol.9 No.1 , February 2019
The Political Ritual, the Party and the People: A Perspective on Sinicization of Marxism in the New Democratic Revolution
Abstract: Marxism was not only a set of philosophical theory but also the ideology of the Party. The Sinicization of Marxism was a process in which the abstract principles of Marxism became the guiding ideology of the CPC under the specific practical environment of China. The Sinicization of Marxism was based on the combination of Marxism and the Party, the Chinese people, as well as that of Marxism and the revolutionary practice in China. In this process, political ritual as a part of the Party’s ideology played an important role. And the practical experience of political ritual in the period of the new democratic revolution could give some inspiration to current and future ideological work.
Cite this paper: Fu, W. (2019) The Political Ritual, the Party and the People: A Perspective on Sinicization of Marxism in the New Democratic Revolution. Advances in Anthropology, 9, 1-12. doi: 10.4236/aa.2019.91001.
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