The overwhelming majority of Americans (67%) feel that they can get along considerably better with Germany than with Japan after the war, the Gallup Poll reported last week. The pollsters documented U.S. hate for Japan by jotting down the adjectives citizens applied to the Jap: "Barbaric, evil, brutal, dirty, treacherous, sneaky, fanatical, savage, inhuman, bestial, uncivilized, un-Christian and thoroughly untrustworthy."

"Other terms used," added the Gallup Poll, "are unprintable."


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