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Page xii - China." 32 In another conversation he admitted to a newsman : My mistake in 1944 was in saying that the Chinese Communists were democratic. I confused the popularity of the Communists with democracy. In the war against the Japanese, the Chinese Communists were a popular regime. They had a democratic facade. As in so many revolutions, the leadership betrayed the...