FOREIGN relations of the United States, CHINA -- Foreign relations, and CHINA -- Politics & government -- 1945-1949
Presents the United States secretary of state's message on January 19, 1947 about the government's position toward China. His first-hand impressions of the political situation in China; Mutual suspicion of the ruling Kuomintang and the Chinese Communist Party; Differences of view within each party; Harmful anti-American propaganda of the Chinese Communists; Damage done by extremists on each side; The Political Consultative Conference (PCC); Constitutional change.
Army Magazine. Feb2020, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p50-52. 3p.
GENERALS, COMMAND of troops, MOTIVATION (Psychology), and LETTERS
The article discuses a letter which shows leadership from General George Catlett Marshall to Colonel Bruce Magruder in a reply to a short note from Magruder to Marshall congratulating him on his appointment to the next Army chief of staff. Topics include Marshall's advice to work hard; motivation and praise of Magruder in the letter; and how Magruder's took the lesson and showed his leadership in the U.S. Army.