TRIALS: Who's Corrupt?

Even such old friends of the Chinese Nationalists as Congressman Walter Judd and Senator William Knowland were shaken last August by a new outcry of corruption against the Chiang Kai-shek government. The attack came from two officers serving with the Chinese Air Force Mission in Washington—Lieut. General P. T. Mow and his chief aide, Colonel V. S. Hsiang. Their superiors in Formosa had asked them to account for $19 million entrusted to them for military procurement. Publicly refusing to do so, they declared that they were being persecuted by Nationalist thugs and thieves. Somehow, their version of the dispute, vague...

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