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"This study provides new perspectives by which to assess missionary work in 19th- and 20th-century China as well as the impact of such efforts in the United States. Not only do the authors delineate the complexity and difficulty of such work in the field with little understanding back home, they also trace the creation of both negative and positive impressions of Chinese by Americans and of Americans by Chinese and the impact or lack of it on U.S. foreign policy decisions."
—Adrian A. Bennett, Iowa State University
"A well-researched, insightful, and informative piece of work."
—Alan Neely, Princeton Theological Seminary