CHINA: More Like France

Firmly last week General Chiang Kaishek, who left China virtually without a Government fortnight ago by resigning as President, hopping into a plane, and soaring off to his country estate, announced: "I will not open any letters or telegrams."

To this promise General Chiang stuck, disregarded all appeals from Nanking to come back and make some sort of compromise with the Cantonese statesmen who had forced him out (TIME, Dec. 28). They in Nanking last week dominated one of the most savagely bickering sessions of the Central Executive Committee of the Nationalist...

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