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    London: HarperCollins Publishers, , p. In the course of the s, there was no evidence that U. See Catherine R. As a matter of fact, the report quoted by MacArthur at the hearings was an enclosure to a confidential dispatch from the U. The enclosure contained information furnished at fortnightly intervals by the colonial authorities to the consulate for the purpose of scrutinizing the flow of goods to China. Truman Library, Independence, Missouri.