Japan and America: A History of an Amiable Relationship
Written By: Bruce Walker | Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012
Used by permission of The New American
One hundred years ago last month, on March 23, 1912, Japan gave America a gift that keeps on giving: more than 3,000 cherry trees, whose blossoming beauty is celebrated each year. Japan desired friendship with America and our Founding Fathers urged us to reciprocate with all nations that desired amiable relations with our republic.
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