Japan and America: Why America Was Caught Napping

Girard: Haldeman-Julius Publications, 1943. 31p., 3.5 x 5 inch wraps, very good. Little blue book no. 1785.

McCabe uses the example of Japan to ridicule racist notions of racial purity, arguing that they are among the most miscegenated of races yet have taken the world by storm. Argues that religious groups, especially the Catholics, duped Americans into not taking the threat of Japanese fascism seriously.

Cat.No: 138907

Price: $18.00

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