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China's Crisis
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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Preface: Facing the Issues viii
  • Part I. Political Cross-Currents 1
  • I- Where is China Going? 3
  • II- Unity -- Key to Resistance 11
  • III- Unity or Uniformity? 25
  • IV- The National Government 31
  • V The Kuomintang 38
  • VI- Generalissimo 47
  • VII- Japanese Puppet 58
  • VIII- Liberal Voices 65
  • IX- Steps Forward 72
  • X- Guerrilla Politics 81
  • XI- Are They Communists? 90
  • Part Ii. Fighting Fronts 113
  • I- Japan's War in China 115
  • II- The Chinese Soldier 124
  • III- Toward a Modern Army 131
  • IV- In the Rear of the Enemy 139
  • V- Arms and Politics 148
  • VI- China's War is Our War 155
  • Part Iii. Economic Crisis 157
  • I- Prices Unlimited 166
  • III- Hoarder and Profiteer 174
  • Iv How Much Government Control? 180
  • V- Fate of China's Businessmen 186
  • VI- Food and Politics 194
  • VIII- The New Countryside 206
  • Part Iv. China's Place in the World 217
  • I- A New Power 219
  • II- Imperial Ally 227
  • III- Northern Frontier 235
  • IV- Across the Pacific 246
  • Index i
  • A Note on the Type in Which This Book is Set xiv
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