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STRATEGICAL ASPECT OF THE PACIFIC The policy of the United States and, in fact, of all the white countries having their shores washed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean, is to keep their soil, their institutions and their manner of living free from the ownership, the dominion and the customs of the Orientals who people the shores of this greatest of all oceans. Eventually, in their search for existence, the white and yellow races will be brought into armed conflict to determine which shall prevail. Why has this not occurred before, it may be asked. For two very good reasons: One, the yellows conquered everything worth having in the world and then denied that war and physical strife were the means of gaining the goal of life which, in their philosophy, is the pursuit of peace and happiness. The other reason is the fact that the nations of -5-
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