同盟會在推翻滿清的奮鬥過程中，曾在海內外發行過各種革命刊物，但其中人才會聚並居領導地位的即為《民報》，雖然《民報》實際發行時間僅約三年，但被後世推崇為清末典型的政論報刊。 《民報》在發揮革命論述時，以滿漢關係、朝代正統觀及歷史人物的評價為主軸，區辨滿漢差異以強化族群意識，強調滿清統治的不合法與不適當。並以「驅逐韃虜，恢復中華」作為革命號召，期能喚起漢人的種族意識，發揮眾志成城的團結力量，推翻專制腐敗的滿清政府，建立民主自由的新中國。 本文研究的範圍，是《民報》為文立論的歷史觀。討論《民報》的作者如何以中國傳統的「華夷之辨」為中心思想，凸顯清政府在「滿漢一家」的名義下對漢民族長期的差別待遇。而清末面對帝國主義侵略時的顢頇無能，更使中國陷入亡國滅種的危機中。《民報》泛引各種歷史材料，兼附西方理論，匯聚成批判的論述，藉此激發漢民族心中的歷史情結和文化心結，進而在革命運動中產生具體的作用及影響。 In the process of the anti-Manchu revolution, the Tongmenghui (Chinese Revolutionary Alliance) had issued a lot of publications. Among them, the Min Bao (People’s Daily) was the official organ and the leading one in disseminating the revolutionary ideas. The contributors of the Min Bao were the elite of the Revolution. Although it had just lasted for three years, this publication has been considered as the typical journal of political essays in the late Qing period. The discourse of the Min Bao stresses on these issues such as Manchu-Han relations, dynastic legitimacy, and the evaluation of historical figures. The authors of the Min Bao put their emphasis on the Manchu discrimination against the Han people, and based on the Han consciousness, considered the Manchu government as illegitimacy and unsuited for governing in China. They used the slogan of “driving out the Manchus and recovering the state of the Chinese” to arouse the racial consciousness of the Han people, to overthrow the corrupt Manchu government, and to establish a “New China” based on freedom and democracy. The scope of this study is the historical discourse of the Min Bao. It will analyze how the authors of the Min Bao, based on the differences between the Han Chinese and the barbarians, stressed on the Manchu long-termed discrimination against the Han people under the guise title of “one family of Manchu-Han peoples.” The inability of the Manchu government to deal with the invasion of foreign imperialism in the late Qing period and it had convinced the people that China was in the crisis of demise. The contributors of the Min Bao put their revolutionary discourse on various historical material and Western theories to stimulate the Han people both in historical and cultural perspectives, and to create a significant influence in the Revolution of 1911.