Foreign News: Protest

As a protest against the U. S. Immigration Act, the Japanese people staged a national demonstration.

In Tokyo, masses assembled to give ear to anti-American ardor. One of the largest meetings was held at the sacred Meiji shrine (religious symbol of modern Japan erected in memory of the present era which began in 1867, when the terrible Shoguns who had for years been de facto sovereigns of Japan were ousted). "Hate" societies plastered the city with placards which read:

"Japanese must never forget July 1, when America inflicted an intolerable insult on Japan. Always remember that date. Prepare for such steps as are...

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