Foreign News: Again, Yellow Peril

William Randolph Hearst, in whose fertile mind the stern duties of a patriot and the hot desires of a journalist are constantly interbreeding, raised his head alertly at Japan's announcement, last spring, that though she had withdrawn from the League of Nations, she had no idea of relinquishing her League-given mandate over the Marianne, Caroline, Palau, Yap and Marshall Islands in the Pacific (TIME, April 3). The Yellow Peril has for 30 years been a great circulation-getter for the Hearstpapers, which the Hearst-whooped Spanish War put on the map. Here came the Yellow...

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