A Traveler To China

Mitterand, Francois
October 1961
New Republic;10/23/61, Vol. 145 Issue 17, p17
Presents experiences of the author during his visit to China. Details of his conversation with Mao Tse-Tung, President of China; Conditions in prisons in China; Information that China has taken over the leadership of Eastern and Southeast Asia and is not disposed to give it up; Comment the in spite of Russian diplomacy, China still maintained a hostile attitude toward certain leaders in neutralist countries; Information on the relations between the Soviet Union and China; Attitude of China towards the U.S. policies.


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