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Whither China?
Whither China?
By Scott Nearing
International Publishers, 1927, 225 pp

An economic interpretation of the present troubles, based upon careful research and personal observation. The writer distinguishes between the national struggle waged by native enterprise against foreign interests and the class struggle between the employers and the proletariat. He makes it abundantly clear that the root of the difficulty lies in the industrialization of the country and the working of modern imperialism, and that the Red Plots are quite secondary in importance. One may not want to go all the way with the author, but the book deserves wide reading as an expression of a view which is too much neglected.