Help China Now!

Straight, Michael
January 1943
New Republic;1/4/43, Vol. 108 Issue 1, p9
Discusses the strategy of the United Nations for China, with description of the political and economic conditions in China. Victory of the communists in China's war with Japan; Problem faced by China owing to the slow strangulation of her access to the outside world; Importance of a group of Westernized Chinese, who are natural leaders in the war in the development of democracy in China; Role of inflation in weakening the position of the Westernized Chinese; Threat to China's economy with increasing rate of inflation; Invasion policy of the United Nations for Burma.


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