Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
This thesis is an attempt to analyze the events of the Second Chinese Banking Consortium, signed in 1920, and the relationship of this event to America's China policy, generally referred to as the Open Door Policy. The Consortium demostrates how the Open Door Policy developed as a part of American foreign policy, and how the State Department hoped to use American capitial as the right arm or a tool of American diplomacy in China.
Pesek, Pauline Selenke, "The second Chinese banking consortium: The open door and finance diplomacy" (1976). Student Work. 446.
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