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Battling Western Imperialism:
Mao, Stalin, and the United States
Michael M. Sheng

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Acknowledgments
Introduction3
Ch. IThe Roots of Mao's Pro-Soviet Policy before 193715
Ch. IICCP-Moscow Relations during the Anti-Japanese War, 1937-194531
Ch. IIIFrom Enemies to Friends: CCP Policy toward the United States before Pearl Harbor57
Ch. IVCourting the Americans: The CCP's United Front Policy toward the U.S., 1942-194574
Ch. VPostwar Alignment: CCP-Moscow versus GMD-Washington in Manchuria, August-December 194598
Ch. VIMao Deals with George Marshall, November 1945-December 1946119
Ch. VIIThe CCP and the Cold War in Asia: Mao's "Intermediate-Zone" Theory and the Anti-American United Front, 1946-1947145
Ch. VIIIMao's Revolutionary Diplomacy and the Cold War in Asia, 1948-1949161
Conclusion187
Notes197
Select Bibliography229
Index245

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