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Therefore, the Party's correct principle of neither letting one criminal go nor treating a single innocent person unjustly was not completely implemented. This led to no clear distinction being made between those people who joined the rebellion because of their reactionary ideology, those who joined because they were deceived, and those who were forced to join under duress. There were some people who were labelled as rebels because, during the rebellion, they lived in an area where the rebellion was taking pface, went to such an area or, passing through such an area, they stayed there for a short time.

Because they did not investigate the circumstances of the rebels with sufficient thoroughness or depth, they had no way to make rational distinctions in their treatment. As set out above, the reactionary factions at home and abroad launched the rebellion in the name of their religion and nationality. Therefore, among the rebels, there were many good people who had been deceived by the n T h e "Four Don'tS" were: do not kill \bu sha), do not lock up {bu gaan), do not struggle against [bu dou) and do not condemn {bu pan).

See Dangdai Zhongguo de Xfeang, p. 92-3. "Zongxiben" is a composite Of the two terms, a The Two Eight rent reduction policy was carried out in relatfon to those serf owners and their agents who had not rebeHed. During the "san fan, shuang j/an" period, 8/10 at the produce of the . *** Hft. 14 A Poisoned Arrow: The Secret Report of the 10th Panchen Lama 14 [youyu] between those of the masses who had to pay rent and those who did not; however, apart from the fact that profits obtained among the masses and among the feudal lords were not too similar, there were no other big problems.

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