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"I think we shall have to take the Chinese in hand and regulate them. I believe in the ultimate partition of China. The Aryan stock is bound to triumph." The speaker was not talking about Red China and its assistance to Viet Nam. Nor was it the danger of an H-bomb in Chinese hands that alarmed him. The year was 1901, and 26-year-old Winston Churchill, fresh from widely publicized exploits in the Boer War, was addressing himself to the problems of the Orient in general—to say nothing of the rest of the world. But...

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