San Francisco: Henson Co. 1972. xiii, 125p., illustrated with line-drawn maps, documents in facsimile and press photography showing a militarized frontier. First edition trade-size wraps are a trifle rubbed with a small corner crease.
Cover text continues, "included is the first publication of a February 1969 confidential document to the Nixon administration which influenced the making of a new China policy." Author Hon was from "South China" and "worked as a government financial officer in Chungking, Nanking, and many other places throughout China. As a young man, he was the head official of China's second largest Internal Revenue District (Canton)." He left "just before the communist regime took power" and went to Hong Kong. Hon's sentiments as expressed in the text sound pro-present-day China and not anticommunist. "He has been a world-wide businessman for a long time and has lived in the United States since 1967"