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The Connotation and Time Value of the Red Style of the Proletarian Internationalism in the Old Revolutionary Area—Taking Sichuan as an Example

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1106798, PP. 1-8

Subject Areas: Politics, Education

Keywords: Sichuan, Proletarian Internationalism, Red Family Style, Socialist Core Values

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In the course of the Chinese revolution, reform and construction, the people of Sichuan have always taken an active part in and devoted themselves to the various causes of the country, and a large number of typical proletarian internationalism have emerged in the baptism of blood and fire. The Red family style embodied in these groups of revolutionaries is still of outstanding value in the new era. The purpose of this paper is to summarize the characteristics and educational value of the red family style of the proletarian internationalism. In the study, mainly by reference, comparison, analysis and other methods. Based on the research, this paper holds that the red family style of Sichuan proletarian internationalism is characterized by firm belief, patriotism for the people, filial piety, frugality and honest struggle. People attach importance to and inherit the red family style that is conducive to carrying forward and practicing China’s core socialist values.

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Zhang, J. (2020). The Connotation and Time Value of the Red Style of the Proletarian Internationalism in the Old Revolutionary Area—Taking Sichuan as an Example . Open Access Library Journal, 7, e6798. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1106798.

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