Most Americans fed grateful in some degree to the part that Japan has played since World War II as our loyal ally. In comparison with De Gaulle's France or even Britain, the Japanese have shown themselves to be remarkably content to follow our leas in foreign affairs, despite the fact that they were so recently our enemy.
Bex, John E.
"Japan: An Alien Ally,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 23:
9, Article 5.
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