The Chinese Labor Movement

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The Chinese Labor Movement

By Nym Wales
Day, 1945
235 pp. $2.75

With the victory of the Rightist element in the Kuomintang in 1927, the infant Chinese organized-labor movement was broken up and its surviving leaders went underground, several of them to turn up later with the Communist forces in Yenan. From these and other sources the author, who is the wife of Edgar Snow, has pieced together an account of the vicissitudes which the movement has undergone.

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