1. For previous correspondence on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. viii, pp. 442 ff.
  2. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. viii, pp. 442 ff.
  3. For correspondence regarding the mission to the United States of the Personal Representative of the Acting President of China to obtain moral support, financial assistance, and military aid and advice, see pp. 699 ff.; for correspondence regarding Chinese requests for assistance in connection with currency stabilization and other fiscal matters, see pp. 729 ff., passim.
  4. For correspondence on urgent requests by the Government of China for a program of broad economic assistance, see pp. 671 ff.; for correspondence regarding Chinese requests for assistance in connection with currency stabilization and other fiscal matters, see pp. 729 ff., passim.