BRAZIL: Big Brown Japs

Yellowmen emigrated from Japan to the U. S. too fast, are now excluded. Smart, the sons of Nippon are not making that mistake again in Brazil. A sheaf of figures just released at Rio de Janeiro shows that only 11,231 Japanese immigrated last year—and they were not little yellowfolk but big, brown, burly. The Imperial Japanese Government knows the reason—is the reason—why strapping Japanese exclusively are entering Brazil in a slow but sure procession. "It is considered," reads a suave semi-official bulletin from the Home Office at Tokyo, "that great injustice would...

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