Advocacy chain letter. Chinese boycott of Japan. Published - partial.   "Try to have nothing to do with the Japanese."  China, 1932.
[The letter asks the receiver to make copies to be passed on to friends. It advocates a world boycott of all things Japanese.]

Try to have nothing to do with the Japanese. Don't have Japanese in your employ. Don't buy Japanese goods. Don't buy goods from foreigners and sell them to Japanese, giving them profits. Always avoid trade in any part of the world with Japanese.

lIt it the duty of Chinese to keep their honor intact, and, if necessary, to shed blood for the honor and glory of their country.

Published: Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Oshkosh, Wisconsin), Feb. 13, 1932. Title: "Chinese Chain Letter Reaches Milwaukee". "The text of the letter, a copy of which was received by Chian T. Su, Chinese student at Marquette University, is as follows:"


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