A Study on the Ideological Basis of the CPC's Leadership in Literary and Artistic Work during the New Democratic Revolution

Wei Zheng


The leadership of literary and artistic work is an important part of the revolutionary cause led by the Communist Party of China (hereinafter referred to as “the CPC”). During the new democratic revolution, the ideological basis for the CPC's leadership in literary and artistic work included the literary and artistic thoughts of Marx and Engels, Lenin and Stalin, as well as the traditional Chinese literary and artistic thoughts. These ideological resources provided theoretical guidance for the CPC to lead literary and artistic work in the period of the new democratic revolution, and also provided basic guidelines for the CPC to formulate policies on literary and artistic work. The study of the ideological basis of the CPC's leadership in literary and artistic work during the new democratic revolution is of great historical significance for promoting the development of Chinese literary and artistic undertakings in the new era.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijsss.v8i4.4915


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