Fear and Loyalty are the tests of Power. Men fear or are loyal to what they believe is strong. Today, measured by the tests of fear and loyalty, there is one man just three years dead last week, whose awful presence is stronger than the prestige of any living statesmen.

Statesmen Coolidge, Baldwin, Poincaré, Stresemann, even Mussolini, have invoked with respect to Mexico, Nicaragua, India, China, Tibet, Java and most of the earth's troubled lands, fear of all the spectre stands for. Asia is troubled by it, vaguely wondering if in loyalty to...

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