American Non-Governmental Reaction to the Chinese Communist Movement, 1921-1927; a Superficial Encounter
Fleischer, Helen Esther, Corcoran Department of History, University of Virginia
Israel, John, Department of History, University of Virginia
America's first impression of Chinese Communism was established during the superficial encounter of 1921 - 1927. The legacy of this first encounter is the topic of this paper. Implicit is the question whether the views established by 1927 form a basis for later American attitudes toward Chinese Communism.
MA (Master of Arts)
China, History, Communism, Foreign public opinion, American
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