- Lewis Feuer
University of Toronto
Professor Feuer, now in the Department of Sociology at Toronto, was enabled to visit Japan from October to December, 1960, by the Institute of International Studies of the University of California, to which he expresses his gratitude. His co-worker, Kazuko Tsurumi, translated all the passages in this article which are cited from Japanese journals and arranged most of his interviews. "I am," writes Dr. Feuer, "thankful to the Japanese scholars and friends of John Dewey in Japan, who gave generously of their time to enable me to reconstruct these events of 1919. I had long and informative interviews with Profes-sors Riichiro Hoashi, Yasaka Takagi, Risaburo Hiroike, Yoshio Nagano, Antei Hiyane, Yataro Okabe, Shin Osada, Hisao Kamidera, Shohaku Mori, Seizi Uyeda, Takeo Kuwabara, Masako Shoji, Ikutaro Shimizu, Osamu Kuno, and with Mrs. Takaka Takanashi Tanaka, Mrs. Tokiko Sato Umezawa, and Mrs. Kotoko Nitobe.