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Part I: The Pacific Frontier and Qing China, 1784–1911
Chapter 1: Yankee Merchants and the China Trade
Chapter 2: Opium Wars and the Open Door
Chapter 3: Chinese Immigration: Roots in the United States?
Chapter 4: American Protestantism: Roots in China?
Part II: The United States and China in the Era of World Wars and Revolutions, 1912–1970
Chapter 5: Revolutions, Nationalism, and Internationalization
Chapter 6: The Pacific War and Red China
Chapter 7: Facing East and West: Agents of Encounter
Chapter 8: Deterrence and Negotiation: American-Chinese Relations during the Cold War
Part III: Rapprochement, the Default Superpower, and China Resurgent, 1970–Present
Chapter 9: Renewing the Bilateral Relationship, 1970–1989
Chapter 10: The China Market and the Allure of the United States
Chapter 11: Clashes and Cooperation
Chapter 12: China’s Catch-Up: A Game-Changer for America?