„Ideological education is the key link to be grasped in uniting the whole Party for great political struggles. Unless this is done, the Party cannot accomplish any of its political tasks.“

On Coalition Government (1945)

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político, teórico e revolucionário chinês e 1° Presidente d… 1893 - 1976

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