CHINA: We Must Begin Today

Success was heady. In the tonic atmosphere of the victories it was easy for many people to forget the problems that were still unsolved. But voices soon reminded the people that the war and the peace were still enormously problematical. From India, Chakravarti Rajagopalachariar answered a condescending harangue of Winston Churchill. From England the Archbishop of Canterbury raised his voice against privilege. And from China, Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek sent a compelling message this week to the New York Herald Tribune's forum on world affairs. Wrote the Gissimo:

"What we mean by Revolution is ... national independence, progressive realization of democracy...

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