National Affairs: Wedemeyer Report

A fortnight ago, Lieut. General Albert C. Wedemeyer returned from his mission to China as factfinder for the U.S. (TIME, Sept. 29). To the State Department he submitted a report of China's political, military and economic situation. On this report, presumably, would be based one of the most important lines of U.S. foreign policy—what to do about China.

Lieut General Wedemeyer has always been antiCommunist. He was anti-Communist during his earlier mission to China as Chief of Staff to Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek (TIME, Nov. 6, 1944 et seq.). His report on the Chinese...

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