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A Preliminary Survey of Some Problems of Accumulation and Consumption in Rural Communes

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  • Agricultural Science

Abstract

The ratio between accumulation and consumption in rural people's communes reflects the relationship among the state, the collective, and individuals. It also reflects the relationship between the rate of enlarged agricultural reproduction and the rate of enhancement of the peasants' standards of living. It further reflects the relationship between the peasants' present interests and their long-range interests. Correct handling of the ratio between accumulation and consumption in rural communes is an important factor in correctly handling the contradictions among the people, and in mobilizing the positiveness of the broad mass of peasants, and in further developing agriculture as the basis upon which the new leap forward of the entire national economy can be launched and accelerated.

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