Party, State and Society: The Core Issue of Party Politics

Shiguo YI, Xuanyu YANG

Abstract


The issue of relationship among party, state and society is the core problem of party politics. A clear understanding and handling of that relationship is basic requirement of party politics’ general principle, also the key to promote the smooth running of party politics.


Keywords


Party; State; Society

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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