New York: The Macmillan Company, 1921. Very Good. First edition. Red cloth, gilt-stamped spine title. Small sticker on rear pastedown, corners bumped, spine a touch faded, a very good copy. "The people of Japan are too often disliked, or as they say "misunderstood." Neither they nor their neighbours fully comprehend the reason. Dare we Americans delay a sympathetic attempt to interpret her struggles and help Japan find her place among the family of nations? Chapters include; Why another book, Japan pro and con, The Siberian Expedition, Foreign Diplomacy to 1914, Blunders, Signs of the New Japan, Japan in Manchuria, Japan in Korea, Japan and China, Japan and America, The Future of Japan and Can Japanese be Christians?" (Inventory #: 409244)
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