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The Chinese Revolution

A Phase in the Regeneration of a World Power

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674184978

Publication Date: 01/01/1930

401 pages


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Based upon several months of observation in China, Japan, and neighboring regions, and in Soviet Russia, this book, according to Lewis Gannett, in the New York Herald-Tribune “has new things to say… None of the recent flood of books on China casts such revealing sidelights upon the immense revolution in process in that continent-country.” Although Professor Holcombe cannot always reveal the sources upon which his information and opinions are based, he has presented a reliable, up-to-date, impartial view of one of the greatest political movements of our generation, a book of unquestioned value to all readers interested either in the Far East or in the problems of modern world politics.

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