America to Japan: A Symposium of Papers by Representative Citizens of the United States on the Relations between Japan and America and on the Common Interests of the Two Countries

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America to Japan

Edited by

Lindsay Russell

President of the Japan Society, New York

G. P. Putnam's Sons
New York and London
The Knickerbocker Press
1915

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America to Japan: A Symposium of Papers by Representative Citizens of the United States on the Relations between Japan and America and on the Common Interests of the Two Countries
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Introduction v
  • Contents ix
  • Rights and Duties of Aliens 1
  • CoÖperation and Conciliation 5
  • Sanctity of Treaties 10
  • International Ethics 12
  • Racial and Religious Differences 14
  • Good Will 18
  • The Pacific Coast Peril 19
  • The Golden Rule 28
  • America and Race Problems 31
  • Japan's Literary Relations With The United States 36
  • Common Sense Called For 45
  • Observations 52
  • A Red Cross Message 59
  • Lest We Forget 63
  • Industrial Development 66
  • World Unity 68
  • Early Financial Relations 72
  • Since Thirty Years 76
  • Common Ideals 81
  • The Rights of Labor 88
  • What the West Might Learn From Japan 91
  • Eliminate the Barriers 95
  • Japanese Students 98
  • The Lesson from Canadian- American Relations 100
  • Two Nations Teaching Each Other 102
  • America's Friends 107
  • Thoughts About Our Japanese Neighbors 111
  • Business Organizations 115
  • The Message of Big Business 118
  • To Japanese Children 124
  • An Appreciation 128
  • The Meeting Ground of Business And Philanthropy 130
  • Japan's Opportunity in China 141
  • Japan's Ideals and Problems 144
  • Public Opinion 150
  • Treaty Thraldom and Release 155
  • Human Brotherhood: An Unexplored Continent 167
  • Treaty Obligations 175
  • To Our Near Neighbor in the Far East 182
  • Common Interests 192
  • The Link of Literature 195
  • Christian Internationalism 206
  • Eye to Eye 214
  • What America Expects of Japan 220
  • Recollections 229
  • Panama-Pacific International Exposition 233
  • American Appreciation of Japanese Art 239
  • Experiences of a Japanese In America 251
  • The Economic Value of Shorter Working Periods 260
  • The Higher Education of American Women 267
  • Strangers Become Neighbors 276
  • America's Real Interest in The Orient 282
  • Landmarks in Japanese-American Relations 295
  • Millard Fillmore, President of The United States of America, to His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor Of Japan 310
  • Reply to the Tycoon of Japan 314
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