This engaging book sketches an intimate portrait of the life of Wang Fucheng, an illiterate peasant who served for thirty years as Communist party secretary of an impoverished village on the north China plain. Based on conversations over a seven-year period (1987 - 1994) between Wang Fucheng and Peter Seybolt, the book unfolds as a continuous first

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Retirement and Retrospective on Leadership