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												The Amerasia Papers: Some Problems in the History of US-China Relations -- Signed Copy; China Research… by  John S SERVICE
	 - Signed First Edition
			 - 1971
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The Amerasia Papers: Some Problems in the History of US-China Relations -- Signed Copy; China Research Monogrpahs Number Seven

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The Amerasia Papers: Some Problems in the History of US-China Relations -- Signed Copy; China Research Monogrpahs Number Seven

by SERVICE, John S

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Berkeley: Center for Chinese Studies, University of California, 1971. First Edition. Stiff wraps. Very Good. 8vo. Pp. 120. Bibliography. Index. List of publisher's titles in the series. Bound in printed card-stock wraps, now covered iwth a clear, acetate cover, removable. Slightly worn, with general edge-wear, and some foxing to edges. Inscribed by the author to A. Doak Barnett. Inscribed by Service to A. Doak Barnett. Barnett, born in Shanghai 1921, was a witness to the Chinese Civil War. He earned an MA from Yale in International Relations. He was a fellow at the Institute of Current World Affairs, and served as foreign correspondent in China for Chicago Daily News. His counsel to the White House led to Nixon's historic visit to Beijing, 1972. Service provides a rebuttal to the charges leveled against him during the McCarthy era, providing a lucid and well-referenced narrative of the final months of WWII. He underscores the accepted view held by US military brass, 1944-45, that the communist uprising could be stamped out with relative ease. A keen association copy. Bookseller inventory E061926F.

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Bookseller’s Inventory #
101
Title
The Amerasia Papers: Some Problems in the History of US-China Relations -- Signed Copy; China Research Monogrpahs Number Seven
Author
SERVICE, John S
Format/binding
Stiff wraps
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity available
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Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Center for Chinese Studies, University of California
Place of Publication
Berkeley
Date Published
1971
Keywords
Patrick Hurley Josef Stalin Mao Tse Tung Ambassador Gauss Yenan John Paton Davies David Barrett

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