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Lost Peace in China

Lost Peace in China

By George Moorad

Dutton, 1949, 262 pp.

The author was among the American newspapermen killed in the Bombay airplane crash last July. He went to China in 1931 and came to know the country well. In this hastily assembled book he recorded his observations in liberated China. Despite all of its distressing shortcomings, the Chiang Kai-shek régime was, he held, China's only hope, and he finds much fault with what he regarded as our stumbling, incompetent Far East policy.