The industrial supergiant of Asia is swamped with national problems. The price of success has been costly. Read, in this second eyewitness account, the skyrocketing internal troubles afflicting the Japanese people. There's an ancient Oriental proverb which says: "Every idol has feet of clay." Its subtle meaning is that all idolaters will ultimately become disillusioned with their "god." This is true of the New Japan! The Japanese people have worked hard and sacrificed to rebuild their national prestige and economic potential. In less than one generation, Japan has erected an industrial colossus which now demands the respect and admiration of the world. The Japanese people are proud of what they have created.
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