JAPAN: No More Dictating

John Foster Dulles arrived in Tokyo last week to begin discussions on a Japanese peace treaty. He drew a record reception. One hundred fifty Japanese newspapermen jammed the airport to meet him. As photographers were knocked off their stepladders in the rush, flustered colonels from General MacArthur's staff tried to keep order. One newsman scooped all the others—with a view of the empty office Dulles might use.

Premier Shigeru Yoshida and the other Japanese politicians whom Dulles will see were ready for some close negotiating. The anti-Communist Japanese have little doubt about whose side they are on, but it was...

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