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The attached article was dispatched from China by Lewis S. Gannett, and printed in the American magazine THE NATION:

"All China has been won to half the Nationalist program - that which is directed to the reestablishment of national independence. The fundamental conflict between 'moderates' and 'extremists' is, I think, between short-sighted men who think that the Nationalist passion can subside without causing fundamental changes in China's social fabric, and those who recognize the inevitability of industrialization in China and are determined that their country shall not pass through all the miserable phases of capitalistic industrialism which created a disinherited proletariat in the West."

Pictured above is Karl Radek; Austrian Bolshevik and Director of the Sun Yat Sen University for Chinese Students in Moscow.

     


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The Roots of Communist China (The Nation, 1927)

The Roots of Communist China (The Nation, 1927)

The Roots of Communist China (The Nation, 1927)

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