China Speaks to America

Yutang, Lin
January 1941
New Republic;1/27/41, Vol. 104 Issue 4, p107
Focuses on the political relations between China and the U.S. Aim of Americans to defeat the goal of the totalitarian powers to dominate the world; Uncertainty on the type of assistance offered by the U.S. to China; Policy of China to start immediately on the program of rehabilitation; Pressure on China to discuss the terms of the loans; Summary of the situation with regard to Japan in the world conflict; Need for Great Britain and the U.S. to conclude a new treaty with China abolishing extra-territoriality.


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