Zagoria, Donald S.; Despard, Lucy Edwards
September 1978
Foreign Affairs;Fall1978, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p231
This article describes the book, The Chinese Connection, by Warren I. Coben which focuses on the U.S. attitudes toward East Asia.


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