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China's Foreign Relations, 1917-1931
China's Foreign Relations, 1917-1931
By Robert T. Pollard
Macmillan, 1933, 426 pp.

This book is evidently conceived as something like a continuation of Morse's "International Relations of the Chinese Empire," and it is indeed a useful systematic account of the evolution of China's international position with special reference to the struggle against the unequal treaties. The author approaches his subject in a detached and scholarly way, and bases his account on the voluminous official material as well as upon newspaper and other information.