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Again, per Harold Isaacs, "thus begun, the organization spread rapidly to neighboring districts and the framework of a Kwangtung Provincial Peasant Association was already in existence before the middle of 1923...Peasant struggles against the landlords, against the magistrates, police, and soldiery, multiplied throughout the East River districts and ignited similar conflicts in the west and north of the province...
Mao Tse-tung was said to have launched the movement of "stopping the landlords from exporting of the grains and forcing the landlords into disposal of the grains to the local peasants at the discounted price".
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Peng Pai had at one time claimed that the communist law would be simply the execution of landlords once they were caught.
Bloody uprisings and crackdown ensued, with the KMT and the CCP turning into sworn enemies till the CCP, with the full Soviet military and financial siupport, obtained full victory over the KMT in 1949.
Zhu Daonan, a CCP provincial leader from Shandong, wrote a book entitled "In The Torrents of The Grand Revolution" which was shot into movie "" (i.e., Big Waves Washing the Sands).