CHINA UNDER COMMUNISM by Richard L. Walker

CHINA UNDER COMMUNISM

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A dispassionate survey of China's first five years under communism puts some grim facts and prospects on the board. Terming these years the flush of victory, Mr. Walker analyzes their aspects as similar to those of Russia during its first years as a Communist state. Continuing, he notes the disregard for individuals, the tendency to follow the U.S.S.R. in foreign affairs and in prospect, weighs historical fact against our holding out in terms of economic cooperation and keeping Taiwan as a symbol. A calm and sober coverage.

Pub Date: June 15th, 1955
Publisher: Yale University Press