Foreign News: Less Hostile

Although the past week held many anti-American incidents, it was clear that hostile feeling aroused in Japan by the enactment of the U. S. Immigration Law (TIME, June 2) was dying down.

¶In Tokyo last week, Masahira Ota, new Chief of Police, issued a statement opposing the jingoists and their anti-American catcalls: "Incitement of violence and law-breaking by means of anti-American demonstrations must be prevented. Infringements of law will be strictly punished. We shall do our utmost to prevent rash or violent action, due to public speeches or demonstrations. The exclusion question...

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