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Based on the former Zhu Baojun Mutual Aid Team and other two teams in Luocun village, it had 29 households. In the autumn, two more cooperatives were set up in Fanshen and Kaixiang villages, respectively. 6 percent of all households in the district (DT14 1955; DT15 1955). However, local cadres soon gave up the cautious approach in the summer of 1955 when a nationwide campaign against “rightist conservatism” (youqing jihuizhuyi) in cooperativization swept the district. 32 percent of all Interest, Identity, and Ideology 33 households of the district (DT15 1955).
Furthermore, unlike the low-yield farms in Dongtai county, where any improvements in farming techniques and organizations could easily result in significant increase in output, farmlands in Songjiang county had already benefited from a highly developed irrigation and drainage network and sophisticated farming methods. Local government leaders in Songjiang thus found it difficult to drastically increase agricultural production. 3 Therefore, peasants in Songjiang who had joined the mutual aid teams were much more sensitive to any increase or loss in their farming incomes and much more concerned with the balance between their contributions to, and benefits from, the mutual aid teams.
Likewise, almost every member wanted the group to work for himself first, and no one was willing to compromise. Unable to agree on the sequence of the team’s work for individual families, many mutual aid teams broke down or existed in name only (SJ1 1954). Moreover, unlike the peasants in Dongtai whose gross homogeneity made it easier for them to cooperate under the mutual aid teams, the high differentiation of rural households in Songjiang explained their different motivations to join the teams.