CHINA: Fusion

A significant and potentially important event took place last week in China: The two Nationalist governments, which have, since the split* last spring (TIME, March 28) functioned at Hankow and Nanking, united as a single government at Nanking. The new government, which holds sway only in territory to the south of Nanking, is controlled by a commission of five. In addition there are two councils, one on education, the other on military affairs, as well as a cabinet. This new regime marks the beginning of a new future for the Nationalist cause,...

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