Sample Term Paper

This collection system gave rise to bullies, oppression from whom caused upheaval within the rural peasants who became increasingly inclined to a change in government. Moreover, beginning from 1939, the Japanese control of North China further curbed local prosperity as the Japanese resorted to exporting the agricultural produce to their homeland. In 1942 and 1943, the decline in crop production did not help Raoyang’s case at all. These oppressive exports soon turned into a famine situation in North China and only added to the grievances of the people of Heibei. The Chinese peasantry was overworked and underpaid and was in desperate need of a change.

The looting and pillaging also undermined the capabilities of the honest worker and while Raoyang County itself was not as badly affected as the neighboring Counties (such as Pingshan County), living conditions were still progressively harsh paving way for the Communist take-over. The years 1942-1943 saw immense difficulties as the greater part of North China was hit with drought and famine affecting some hundreds of thousands of people. Raoyang was just as badly affected and was only kept going by the foresight of the Communist heads who taxed the rich in order to serve the poor. Their efforts were especially prominent in Wugong (Li). It was only their involvement in distributing the wealth from the poor to the peasants that kept some from dying of starvation. As a result, the rift towards a communist government became stronger as the support from the rural peasants grew.

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