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Article "IRC Hears Rogers, Satterwhite Talk On Japanese Crisis"

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Article "IRC Hears Rogers, Satterwhite Talk On Japanese Crisis"

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This article summarizes the arguments given by David Rogers to the International Relations Club in regards to Japan's anticipated conquest of China. Rogers was a Junior who had grown up in Korea and traveled much of the "Orient" with his father, a Presbyterian medical missionary. He argued that Japan has spent years preparing to dominate China because its industrial practices require commerce with China. Elsie Vernon Satterwhite argued that the United States could not oppose Japan's actions, and that if Japan did take China, it would be a beneficial for both China and the United States.

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"IRC Hears Rogers, Satterwhite Talk on Japanese Crisis." The Richmond Collegian XXVII, no. 7, (October 25, 1940): 1. http://collegian.richmond.edu/cgi-bin/richmond?a=d&d=COL19401025.2.9&srpos=8&e=------194-en-20--1--txt-txIN-chinese------

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1940-10-25

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English

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Richmond (Va).

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“Article "IRC Hears Rogers, Satterwhite Talk On Japanese Crisis",” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed December 12, 2017, https://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/467.