America's Asian Dilemma

Steiner, H. Arthur
March 1955
New Republic;3/14/55, Vol. 132 Issue 11, p26
The article discusses the book "Wanted: An Asian Policy," by Edwin O. Reischauer. The author firmly grips both horns of the U.S.' Asian dilemma and looks the tortured beast squarely in the eye. The result is a massive assault upon what he calls the "virtual taboo that has been built up against any serious consideration of the bases of the U.S. policies in Asia.


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