CHINA: Cultural Aggression

The Bamboo Curtain fell harshly last week on a century of American good works in China. Red China's Vice Chairman of the State Administration Council Kuo Mojo charged: ". . . American imperialism has, over a long period, placed special emphasis on ... cultural aggression in China."

Kuo recommended, and the Peking regime approved: 1) a ban on U.S. subsidies for China schools and churches, 2) a takeover by the Red state or by puppet "people's" enterprises of all U.S.-subsidized educational, medical and relief institutions, 3) a transfer of U.S.-subsidized "religious bodies"...

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