History of Communist Party of China's Thought on the Rule of Law — From Concept to Practice (Criminal Volume)
By Zhao Xiaogeng, Xie Hongxing  Publisher: China Democracy and Legal system Publishing House
Paper Back
2022-08-01 | ISBN: 978-7-5162-2835-7
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The book reviews the birth and development of the thought on the rule of law in criminal justice of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in chronological order. It pays special attention to the origin, exploration, practice, and improvement of the thought during different stages, including the early days of the CPC, the Agrarian Revolutionary War, the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, the War of Liberation, and years after the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949. This book focuses on the remarkable progress made in the rule of law since reform and opening up, especially since the 18th CPC National Congress, which once again eloquently proves that the Party leadership is the most fundamental guarantee for advancing the socialist rule of law in China. Featuring detailed, accurate information and proper style, this well-organized book is a valuable monograph concerning the CPC’s thought on the rule of law in criminal justice, thus is worth publishing.