Fairbank, John K.
November 1953
New Republic;11/23/53, Vol. 129 Issue 17, p17
This article focuses on the book "Moscow and Chinese Communists," by Robert C. North. The author begins at the Russian end, with an analysis of the Leninist program for revolution in colonial Asia, including the use of cells and factions, the aim of precipitating nation-wide crises, the strategy of alliance with non-Communist groups and of championing democratic freedoms, which are actually antithetic to Bolshevik purposes. He then traces the long series of Soviet overtures to the Kuomintang, their eventual collaborative arrangement and subsequent split, using mainly the Comintern-publications in Russian and other Western languages.


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