Race Equality

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World Organization and Race Equality

China's Demand for Recognition of Race Equality

Specific recognition by the western powers of the principle of race equality will be sought by China in the establishment of a world organization to guard the peace after the present war. A memorandum presented by the Chinese delegation at Dumbarton Oaks, Oct. 2, 1944, stressed “equality of all states and races” as one of the basic principles to be maintained by the United Nations and to be incorporated in the charter of the proposed ...

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