The Nationalist Program for China

The Nationalist Program for China

The Nationalist Program for China

The Nationalist Program for China

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Last August I was invited by the Institute of Politics at Williamstown to deliver two lectures on the program, domestic and foreign, of the Kuomintang. When the editor of the Yale University Press suggested publication of the lectures in book form, I fell in with the idea. While lectures are not usually, even after editing, most suitable for reading (if, indeed, they are always agreeable to listen to), I was prompted to publish them by the fact that Americans everywhere show a very keen and friendly interest in China and that some of the most important of the aims and objects of my party, the Kuomintang, have not been made known abroad at all.

Besides the formal lectures at the Institute, there were also general conferences at which various subjects were discussed in an informal way. At two of the conferences which I attended, the subject was Manchuria; and in view of the special interest which Americans manifest in the vexed problems that have sprung up out of this region, I have included . . .

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