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

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: 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

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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This series of essays was inspired by a Message of like spirit and purpose from Japan to the United States, admirably edited by Naoichi Masaoka , which was published in March, 1914, in Tokyo, and later in New York under the auspices of the Japan Society. The two books constitute an interchange of thought and information between leading minds of both countries, unique in international intercourse; they indicate the points upon which the East and West can meet. They should help to remove misunderstanding and to ensure the continuance and development of a mutual and friendly public sentiment.

In the papers constituting' the Message of America, some of the contributors have not confined themselves solely to interpreting America to Japan, but have indicated points of view common to many Americans regarding Japan, and have also emphasized the steady progress in international relations. As the book is to be widely circulated and read in the United States as well as in Japan, all that is said should be of service for the information and education of public opinion on both sides of the Pacific.

LINDSAY RUSSELL,
Editor.

NEW YORK,
March 1, 1915.

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