Written in the period just before the class struggle exploded in China in 1927 with the collapse of the First United Front.
The Awakening of China by James H. Dolsen. Daily Worker Publishing Company, Chicago. 1926.
Contents: Preface, A Battleground of World Imperialism, The Partition of China, Privileged Position of Foreigners, Extra-Territoriality, The Customs Restrictions, The Industrialization of China, Rise of the Factory System, Labor Conditions, The Rise of the Labor Movement, The Students’ and Women’s Movements, The General Strike of 1925, Its Origin: Attitude of the Powers, Demands of the Chinese; The Shanghai Investigations, The Kuo Min Tang and Sun Yat Sen, The Communist Party of China, The Customs Conference of 1925, The Significance of The Chinese Workers’ Struggle, Appendices. With maps, photographs, and illustrations. 267 pages.
Daily Workers Publishing was the main Communist Party publisher before Workers Library began in 1927.
PDF of original book: https://www.marxists.org/subject/china/documents/books/dolsen.pdf