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THE MEN WHO MATTER IN COMMUNIST CHINA

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Personal portraits of Mao-tse-Tung, Chou-en-Lai, and Chu-Teh by Arthur Mathers
How are we to follow what is happening in China without being confused? Might it not be helpful to know something about the Chinese Communist leaders who now control the bulk of this vast country ot 500 million people? Arthur Mathers , who was formerly Far Eastern Correspondent of the Daily Telegraph and for the last nine years has been in the Far East, has seen Chinese Communism in operation in many areas* His long discussions with these three Communist leaders enable him to portray them in a colourful and intimate way.

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THE MEN WHO MATTER IN COMMUNIST CHINA

BBC Home Service Basic, 6 January 1950 18.45






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