Ganzhou (China), Chiang Ching-kuo presiding over open court for the local citizens


Chiang Ching-kuo'Ching-kuo held open court once a week, when any citizen with a problem could personally present his or her case. In 1942 he received 1, 023 citizens. Harrison Forman, an American journalist who visited Kanchow [Ganzhou] that year, described one such session (p. 92).'Taylor, J. (2000). The Generalissimo's son: Chiang Ching-Kuo and the revolutions in China and Taiwan. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass.GrayscaleForman Nitrate Negatives, Box

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