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Interwar period efforts to extend US radio into China floundered within the face of wrong US guidelines and techniques. positioned on the intersection of media stories, know-how reviews, and US overseas kin, this research frames the ill-fated radio projects as symptomatic of an more and more afflicted US-East Asian dating prior to the Pacific struggle.
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Indd 24 2/18/2011 6:28:20 PM Federal Telegraph in 1920s China 25 States, Yan no doubt understood the political potency of the Open Door policy in America. Still, according to Yan, Federal’s contract and the Open Door were two separate issues. Simply put, China could not move forward with Federal until resolving the international protests. The Japanese and British were threatening to claim substantial monetary damages if their contracts were violated. Japan’s looming threat to recall its outstanding loans – a substantial sum by the early 1920s – added to Yan’s concerns.
Meanwhile, as the China project languished, Federal Telegraph itself had become embroiled in a leadership controversy that saw Schwerin ousted from California Federal in 1924 but remain in charge at Delaware Federal. That arrangement greatly complicated the ability of the two companies to cooperate on the China project, with California Federal’s new leadership vehemently opposed to the continuing pursuit of that ill-fated endeavor. 63 With nothing left to lose, RCA dissociated itself from Federal and explored a settlement with Mitsui.
49 Schwerin, however, dismissed the legitimacy of nationalist concerns and focused, instead, on what he saw as the behind-the-scenes machinations of the Japanese. In fact, Schwerin’s public rants against the Japanese raised serious concerns at RCA. The company, after all, did lucrative business with Japan. ” Schwerin’s diatribes not only made him look “bitter,” but they also coincided with RCA’s ongoing negotiations with Japan to extend an important contract with that country. ” Harbord insisted that the outspoken Federal president tone down the rhetoric.