CHINA'S CRISIS by Lawrence Rosinger


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The key issues of China's current political, military and economic crossroads closely scrutinized, interpreted and evaluated for greater understanding of the problems to be met by the United States, perhaps soon and definitely in the future. Here is the danger of disunity, inflation, the shifts of power, and the aid such threats give to Japan; here is the complex picture of the Chungking government, the Communists, the Kuomintang and the Chinese Soviets, the past performance and present enigma of Chiang Kai-Shek; the programs and measures that the 18th Group and the New Fourth Army have promoted for more equitable economic direction; the influence of the hoarders and profiteers; all in minutely detailed analysis that warns of the possibilities each situation holds for China itself, and the nations connected with it. A frank, critical report that underlines what has been in previous books, enlarges -- in its detail -- findings of other writers.

Pub Date: July 16th, 1945
Publisher: Knopf