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《Journal of Huazhong Agricultural University(Social Science Edition)》 2006-06
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The Tenacious Cooperation for Democracy and Republicanism——Narration of Huangxing and Li Lie jun in 1911 Revolution

XIAO Jian-dong(College of Politics and Administration,Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan,Hubei,430063)  
Benefits are obtained from the two important factors why 1911 revolution could overthrow Qing dynasty and inspired successors to constantly fulfill historical tasks of Chinese bourgeoisie national and democratic revolutions.These two important factors are unflinching targets and tenacious cooperations.Huangxing and Li Lie-jun in 1911 revolution are shining examples among them,which has the tremendous historic references and important actual guiding significances for how to unite all nationalities of China to make great efforts and advance bravely towards our social modern targets.
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