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"Although I have not given Secretary Kellogg's statement careful study, it seems to be very fair in its statement of America's attitude. Of course, the United States will have to protect its citizens in China, as it is doing in Nicaragua; but it will be a different job in China."—Sir Esme Howard, Ambassador of His Brittanic Majesty to the U. S.

The U. S. Secretary of State had, with good reason, felt it his duty to issue a statement about China. From London, Sir Austen Chamberlain had issued one and was preparing to issue...

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