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Eric Chou • 2 Books
A Man Must Choose (1963)
The Dilemma of a Chinese Patriot
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    View from the Mainland (3 Reviews)
    China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover, by A. Doak Barnett
    1. China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover by A. Doak Barnett
    2. A Man Must Choose by Eric Chou
    3. Ta Ta, Tan Tan: "Fight Fight, Talk Talk..." by Valentin Chu
    The Saturday Review, July 13, 1963, pp. 25-26
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    Briefly Noted (6 Reviews)
    General
    1. The Nun of Monza by Mario Mazzucchelli
    2. Ford: Decline and Rebirth, 1933-1962 by Allan Nevins and Frank Ernest Hill
    3. A Man Must Choose by Eric Chou
    4. The Reluctant Art by Benny Green
    5. Out in the Mid-Day Sun by Boris Gussman
    6. The Age of Reconnaissance by J.H. Parry
    The New Yorker, August 17, 1963, pp. 92-94
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    The Far East and Pacific Ocean
    1. The Philippines and the United States by George E. Taylor
    2. Far Eastern Affairs, Number Three by G.F. Hudson
    3. Communist Strategies in Asia by A. Doak Barnett
    4. Twentieth Century China by O. Edmund Clubb
    5. The Political Thought of Mao Tse-Tung by Stuart R. Schram
    6. North China Villages by Sidney D. Gamble
    7. Chennault and the Flying Tigers by Anna Chennault
    8. A Man Must Choose by Eric Chou
    9. Henry L. Stimson and Japan, 1931-1933 by Armin Rappaport
    10. Law in Japan by Arthur Taylor von Mehren
    11. America Encounters Japan by William L. Neumann
    12. Court and Constitution in Japan by John M. Maki
    13. Paternalism in the Japanese Economy by John W. Bennett and Iwao Ishino
    14. Conspiracy at Mukden by Takehiko Yoshihashi
    15. The Republic of Korea by W.D. Reeve
    Foreign Affairs, April 1964, pp. 514-515