How can the Popular Democracy be Possible:on the view of realism democracy;
Step Out of the Dilemmas of Popular Democracy--An Inquiry into J.S.Mill s Representative Institutional Design;
From Classical Democracy to Populist Democracy --With Critical Review of Richard Bellamys Rethinking Liberalism;
The common people, considered as the primary source of political power.
Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (the)
broadening political sharing for crowd to exert the rights of discussing official business;
The Deconstruction of Cultural Nationalism with the Popular Literature of Japan;
The Main Ways of the Popularity of the People-based Thought in Ancient China;
Libya$Socialist People?ˉs Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Principal Differences Between Mass Literature and Folk Literature to Common People;
MASS CULTURE:FROM "DA HUA" TO "E GAO"--Comment on Mass Culture and the Democratization of Culture;
The History Course and Feature of the Popularizing Development of New Democracy Culture;
Mass Media on China's Role in the Process of Socialist Democracy
New-democratic culture belongs to the broad masses and is therefore democratic.
During the "cultural revolution" we had what was called mass democracy. In those days people thought that rousing the masses to headlong action was democracy and that it would solve all problems.
These conditions are the awakening of the great masses of the people in the colonies and semi-colonies and in the imperialist countries themselves.
The new-democratic culture is the anti-imperialist and anti-feudal culture of the broad masses;
These were all vigorous mass movements and instances of great democracy.