Chinese Studies in Philosophy 28 (3):33-39 (1997)

An old peasant of Shanxi Province once said: "Our village used to have a landlord and two rich peasants; at that time, a small number of people had already, in a sense, became rich first—ahead of others. If we had known then what we know now, we wouldn't have bothered to go through all this rigmarole to get to where we are."
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