Foreign News: A Thought

Japan's House of Peers, pondering upon Japan's new draft constitution, last week balked at the provisions renouncing war and abolishing a Japanese army, navy and air force. Their reason: if Japan had no arms, the U.N. might never accept her as a member because she could not execute her obligation to contribute to the world police force. Said Japan's Premier Shigeru Yoshida: "The question of the renunciation of war is one that might be taken up after the Peace Conference."


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