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China’s Social Organization Policy: Focusing on ‘United Front’ Strategy

KIM SUNG MIN 1

1동서대학교

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ABSTRACT

The United Front Strategy is the basic organizational/behavior tactic in Marxist-Leninist tradition. From the foundation of CCP to establishment of China, and in the process of socialist-construction since establishment of China, the United Front Strategy has been utilized in national policy by CCP. Social Organization Policy is no exception. China’s social organization is basically based on ‘United Front Strategy, and the United Front Strategy is basically based on the Mao’s On Contradiction. The key principles of On Contradiction and United Front Strategy are 1) the principle of the main contradiction and the secondary contradiction, 2) the principle of the hostile contradiction and the non-hostile contradiction, 3) the principle of contradiction and unification. These three key principles are reflected in social organization policy. United Front Strategy is results in the combination between contradiction and unification, therefore social organization policy implies a duplicity. CCP/Chinese government attempts inclusion and engagement to social organization on the one hand, attempts struggle and control on the other hand. Finally, if prescribing the nature of the Chinese government’s social organization policy in a word, it could be expressed in ‘duplicity/double-sidedness of engagement and control.’

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