AbstractAsia is a continent—a geographical area, like Europe or North America. Like Europe and North America, Asia is occupied by peoples and nations living at various culture levels. Some Asian nations are small, others large. Some parts are backward economically. Others, like Japan, India, Manchuria, and Soviet Central Asia, have been industrialized or are in process of industrialization. Populous Asia, with its vast natural resources, passing through its present speedy economic and social transformation, is an ideal market for United States goods and investment-seeking capital. Asia, in other words, offers extensive outlets for the profits which are increasingly and incessantly bedeviling the United States Oligarchy.
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