Ho Chi Minh Thought of building a new culture and the application of the Party in the current period
Keywords:Policy, Communist Party of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh Thought, new culture, application
During his life of revolutionary activities, President Ho Chi Minh has always been deeply interested in the cause of building and developing a new Vietnamese culture. Ho Chi Minh's thoughts in general, and Ho Chi Minh's thoughts on building a new civilization, the precious heritage of our Party and nation. Using documentary, historical, logical, analytical, and synthesis methods, the article clarifies the essential contents of building a new culture according to Ho Chi Minh's thought and its application. The Communist Party of Vietnam in the current period affirms that building and developing a new culture is the goal and driving force for the country's sustainable development.
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