Japan to America: A Symposium of Papers by Political Leaders and Representative Citizens of Japan on Conditions in Japan and on the Relations between Japan and the United States

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The utterances of statesmen and other leaders of thought in Japan which are presented in this volume as a message to the United States are regarded by the Japan Society as possessing present interest and continued importance for the American public; and we cordially commend this volume to all persons who desire to secure a trustworthy knowledge and correct understanding of the people of Japan and of their aims and ideals. These essays make clear the conviction on the part of the foremost thinkers of Japan that the best and lasting interests of their country lie in the preservation of the historic friendship with the United States. It is hoped that a wide circulation of the book may do much to further friendly relations between the United States and Japan.

LINDSAY RUSSELL, President.

NEW YORK, October 31, 1914.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Ei-ichi Shibusawa
  • Buei Nakano
  • Soichiro Asano
  • Kikusaburo Fukui
  • Kahei Otani
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1914

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