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The Ups and Downs of the Commoners 2

This book continues to tell the story of the "Great Leap Forward" in China.

Genre: Novel

When it was time to finish work, Fang Zhicheng asked Lin Rongting and the warehouse keeper of the production team, Zeng Sanxing to stay. He took out his leaf cigarette and said to Lin Rongting, "You smoking." He rolled one himself, put it into the pipe, lit it, took two puffs of cigarettes, then looked up at the two people in front of him, and said softly: "It's all to blame that our production team originally had thinner and barren land, and we didn't distribute as much grain as others last year, so we ran out of food very early. I think it's a bit difficult to wait until President Zheng agrees to distribute the grain, but we can't see the grain piled up in the storage room, starving everyone. I have an idea, I want to give each person a small amount of wheat to go back to save their lives, and then return it when the agricultural cooperative distributes the grain. If President Zheng pursues the responsibility, I will bear the responsibility alone. Do you two think it's okay?" Zeng Sanxing has always been an honest and disciplined person. He did not speak and looked at Lin Rongting. Lin Rongting said, "There's nothing wrong with it. In fact, it should have been done long ago." Fang Zhicheng looked at Zeng Sanxing again. Zeng Sanxing said, "You can do it if you think it's okay." Fang Zhicheng said, "Since you all think it's okay, then you should go and tell them separately. After dark, each household will bring a bag to the storage room." That night, the members of the second production group happily received 2.5 kilograms of wheat per person, but the news of their distribution of grain quickly spread. The next day, other production groups in the All-Agricultural Cooperative also approached Zheng Ducai and asked for grain distribution. Therefore, Zheng Ducai's plan was disrupted. He originally planned not to distribute a grain of grain, but to use it all for the payment of public grain and the government's unified purchase of grain. Unexpectedly, Fang Zhicheng was so daring that he distributed the grain in private. He was furious and said, "Fang Zhicheng is really lawless, and he dares to distribute grain without approval. If I don't let you taste my power, you don't know that there is still King's Law in the world!" That night, he held a meeting of the members of the agricultural cooperative in the Meng family compound to criticize Fang Zhicheng.
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