Foreign News: Western World v. Japan

In Rome and in London statesmen of the West last week began jockeying toward that boycott of Japan for which, in their eyes, President Roosevelt gave the cue when he recognized Nippon's most implacable foe, the Soviet Union.

As the crack Italian liner Conte di Savoia neared Naples, bearing roly-poly Comrade Maxim Maximovich Litvinoff from his triumph in Washington, the Italian Press burst with significant unanimity into a "tune" evidently called by Benito Mussolini. From the toe of the Italian boot to its strap among the Alps, Italians read that "Japanese dumping has become...

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