Profile of Red China

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Profile of Red China

By Lynn and Amos Landman
Simon and Schuster, 1951
245 pp. $3.00

A husband and wife describe a two-year stay in Shanghai, from 1948 to 1950. While conscientious reporters, they appear to have fallen into a common error of those who describe newly-established Communist régimes of mistaking what is but a mild preliminary, a period of "moral persuasion," for the end product.

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