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Bureaucrats in Peking told to take up brooms

By WITH ANALYSIS FROM MONITOR CORRESPONDENTS AROUND THE WORLD, EDITED BY RANDY SHIPP / June 10, 1981



Peking

City authorities have ordered all healthy Peking bureaucrats to perform half a day's physical labor each mouth to "keep them in touch with the masses and improve their work style," the People's Daily said. Mayor Jiao Ruoyu and party boss Duan Junyi set an example by helping sweep the yards of the palace museum, formerly the Forbidden City, where the emper ors lived, and the streets outside Peking's railroad station

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