CHINA: Sam, We Are Here!

Political forces emanating from the U. S. and Japan were exerted at cross purposes, in China last week, not against each other but none the less in conflict. Both military intimidation and diplomatic pressure were employed by the Imperial Japanese Government against the new Chinese Nationalist State. The reason was that the Nationalists had just served notice that they will not extend or renew the Sino-Japanese commercial treaty of 1896, which grants concessions most advantageous to Japan. In an effort to compel the Chinese Nationalists...

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