chapter  8
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IT is a fortunate thing for America that President Wilson’s capitulation to Japanese Imperialism and his abandonment of his principles in the face of the adroit manœuvres of his astute colleagues at Paris were set at naught by the subsequent action of the United States Senate. Indeed, it is difficult to understand how President Wilson could ever have believed that the American people would accept the odium of such an iniquitous transaction.