The Prospects for Communist China

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INDEX
Agriculture, character of, 149, 152
Communist investment in, 247, 279
cooperation encouraged, 270
development plan, 257
export increase, 266, 289
factors affecting production, 294
farm model, 80
farm size, 225
function in Chinese economy, 264
gross national product, 279
in relation to power position, 219
per cent of Chinese in, 147
production drops, 238
production increase discussed, 265, 267, 324
production increase important, 290, 301
production statistics, 239, 241, 266
statistics on landholding, 224, 233
use of acreage, 225, 226
All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, 94
All-China Federation of Labor, 158
All-China Federation of Trade Unions, 158
Asia, Communism in, 201, 310
Russian interest in, 206
Aviation, North China, 192
Sino-Soviet companies, 251
Banking, nationalization, 242
Barbarians and Chinese society, 109
Bond campaigns, 154, 245
Boxer Rebellion, 5
Brainwashing of intellectuals, 138
Bureaucracy, deterioration of, 106
maintained by Communists, 62
power increases, 133, 144
Burma, and China, 310
Burma, Communists in, 204, 205
guerrilla warfare, 202
Cadres, position in regime, 140
Ch'en Tu-hsiu, 24
Ch'en Yun, 124
Cheng Feng Movement, 29, 50
Chiang Kai-shek, heads military academy, 11
heads Right faction, 12
on Communists, 31
prestige of, 30
unifies China, 13
U. S. support for, 32
weakness of, 38
Ch'in, 112
China, see Kuomintang; People's Republic of China
Chinese Eastern Railway, 180, 188
Chou En-lai, 124
Chu Teh, 26, 124
Ch'ü Ch'iu-pai, 24
Cigarette plants, 228
Civil war, outlined, 33
truce fails, 35
Coal, production, 239
resources in China, 261
Communist Party in China, 11, 15
achievements analyzed, 119
affected by victory, 138, 140
and peasants, 24
anti-American position, 52, 89
Asian leadership of, 201
attractions to Chinese outlined, 117
defeated by Chiang Kai-shek, 26
departures from past outlined, 116
discipline increased, 94
expansion policy, 55
increases, 17, 18, 63
intellectuals interested in, 135

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