Square Deal for the Japanese

One man whose voice commanded respectful attention spoke out courageously last week. His subject: Are most Japanese in the U.S. bad? His verdict: No. The speaker: patrician Joseph Clark Grew, 63, who knows Japan from ten years there as U.S. Ambassador, and whose hatred for Japanese militarism is unquestioned.

Ambassador Grew, now special assistant to the Secretary of State, spoke in New York City. But his words were meant for the Pacific Coast, where 16,000 disloyal Japs, concentrated at Tule Lake, rioted a fortnight ago. Their troublemaking, compounded by sensationalized news reporting, had stirred bitter feeling up & down the...

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