FOREIGN RELATIONS: Friendly Caution to Japan

Before World War I a very few U. S. businessmen conscientiously made themselves specialists in foreign countries, cultivating good relations not only as good business but as a patriotic duty. Last week in Manhattan, at the annual session of the Academy of Political Science, a businessman who is a specialist on Japan spoke some far-reaching words. That Banker Thomas Lament's words would be heard in Tokyo seemed certain, for the House of Morgan was once U. S. banker for Japan. That some of his words would suggest to Japanese how they looked to Western eyes...

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