A fascinating coverage of Mexican-Japanese-American relations during the early 1900's. The plot can be a little twisty at times, and a little hard to follow because of all the characters, but once you get past the fact that it is the Zimmermann Telegram, and everything leading up to it, it's surprisingly engrossing. Some parts I found laugh-out-loud funny, just because of the fumbling, almost prideful way politics were conducted, like at one point, a deposed Mexican president comes to New York, and stays in a hotel, and four different and unrelated intelligence agencies are watching him, without knowing the other entities are watching him.
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