Scratches on Our Minds: American Views of China and India

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  • By Harold R. Isaacs ii
  • As Editor ii
  • As Contributor ii
  • Title Page iii
  • The Blind Men and the Elephant vi
  • Contents vii
  • Preface to the 1980 Edition ix
  • Preface to the 1972 Edition xix
  • Preface xliii
  • Introduction 11
  • Part One "Asia" 37
  • Part Two the Chinese 63
  • 1. a Panel-Eye View 72
  • 3. the Inferior People 97
  • 4. "Chink, Chink, Chinaman" 109
  • 5. the Wards 140
  • 6. the Attractive People (1905-37) 164
  • 6. the Attractive People (1905-37) 176
  • 9. the Ungrateful Wretches 190
  • 10. the Awakened Dragon 209
  • Part Three the Indians 239
  • 1. the Fabulous Indians 243
  • 10. the Awakened Dragon 249
  • 3. the Very Benighted Heathen 259
  • 4. the Lesser Breed 271
  • 4. the Lesser Breed 302
  • 7. the Indians Encountered 317
  • 8. the Gallery Revisited 366
  • Part Four Some Reflections 379
  • Index 409
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