In This Review

China Fights for Her Life
China Fights for Her Life
By H. R. Ekins and Theon Wright
Whittlesey, 1938, 335 pp.

Both the authors are connected with the United Press, Mr. Ekins as correspondent in China for the last seven years and Mr. Wright as foreign cable editor in New York. Their book, which centers around the career of Chiang Kai-shek, shows many signs of careless writing. There is an appendix of pertinent documents.