L. C.
January 1951
New Republic;1/8/51, Vol. 124 Issue 2, p10
The article focuses on issues related to communism in China. Chinese communism is to be condemned not for its economic reforms, which are often excellent in themselves, but for what it does to the mind and spirit of man. Chinese communism establishes a system in which the individual does not count at all. A man must have no activity apart from group activity, no mind apart from the group mind. Bureaucracy is inevitable in such a system, and millions of officials are needed to carry out the work of administration and direct the people's lives.


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