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The Marx and Engels’s Ideas on the Relationship Between Trade Unions and the Proletarian Party
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Pages: 14-17
Year: Issue:  4
Journal: Trade Unions' Tribune (Journal of Shandong Management University)

Keyword:  Marx and Engelstrade unionproletarian partyworking class;
Abstract:  the ideas of Marx and Engels on the relationship between trade unions and the proletarian party are the important content in Marxist union theory. From the aspects of the organization nature, the political tasks and the revolutionary role, they elaborated the differences and relations between unions and proletarian party, namely: under capitalism, unions and the party have the same political task of overthrowing the class organiza-tion ruled by bourgeois. However, they have different positions and roles in the cause of the proletarian revolution. Working class is the class basis of trade unions and working class political party, and is the basic forces for trade unions and party to rely on. The unity between trade unions and the par-ty is the unity of the working class, so the necessary condition for successful proletarian revolution, is that the unions and the party's revolutionary practice is guided with the theory of scientific socialism, and the dispersive workers' movement is unified, so as to achieve trade unions and the party work closely and together struggle for the complete emancipation of the working class. This idea yields to a profound impact on unifying the working class and promoting the development of the workers' movement.
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