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Harvard Pro-Japanese Tradition and anti-Korean History 


The Ramseyer Controversy at Harvard involving Comfort Women history denial is a solid example of Harvard University's pro-Japanese posture for over one hundred years. For many generations of Harvard and its Alumni there are people who were clearly pro-Japanese. Today, Harvard still is pro-Japanese when it comes to things Korean. Graduates like Edward Vernon Morgan - Class of 1890 - acted in the best interest of Japan while assigned to Korea by US government. Carol Cameron Shaw covers Morgan's anti-Korean activities in her book The Foreign Destruction of Korean Independence.  More evidence of this matter is coming.