Japan Examined: Perspectives on Modern Japanese History

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Harry Wray, Hilary Conroy
University of Hawaii Press, Nov 1, 1983 - History - 424 pages
A collection of 46 essays that trace the course of democracy in Japan from 1868 to 1952.

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Contents

Begin?John W Hall
9
Agrarian Japan and ModernizationMikiso Hane
26
Capitalist
34
II
43
IV
79
The Movement for Liberty and Popular Rights
90
Political
98
Matsukata Masayoshi
104
IntroductionE Patricia Tsurumi
200
Discarding the Stereotypes
208
Colonizer and Colonized in Taiwan
214
Japanese Colonialism in KoreaHanKyo Kim
222
PanAsianism in Action and Reaction
229
ABERRATION OR LOGICAL
237
Richard J Smethurst
269
Between the World WarsThomas W Burkman
301

Champion of Local Autonomy
112
IntroductionBonnie B
123
Not Based on Preordained
131
Pacific Emigration or Continental
141
VI
149
Byron K Marshall
158
IntroductionHarry Wray
174
Political Parties and Nonissues
181
The Nonliberal Roots of Taishō Democracy
191
2005
326
IntroductionHilary Conroy
366
A Combination of East and WestCharles B Fahs
376
Neither East nor West But All Alone
384
SUGGESTED READINGS
391
56
392
THE CONTRIBUTORS
401
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