Winner, Percy
June 1952
New Republic;6/30/52, Vol. 126 Issue 26, p10
This article focuses on the reasons for the decision taken by the British business houses to withdraw from China. This flew British realism accepts as axiomatic the selfish motivation of any and all nationalism. Indeed, the gesture of the British has a special importance because, it suggests a change in the traditional attitude toward foreign nationalisms. The second reason stems from the awareness that the ability of Chinese nationalism to exploit its connection with the Soviet Union, to use as well as be used by it, creates a precedent let other new nationalisms.


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