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Introduction Canine Imperialism
1 The Native Dog and the Colonial Dog
2 Civilizing Canines or Domesticating and Destroying Dogs
3 Fascisms Furry Friends The Loyal Dog Hachikoˉ and the Creation of the Japanese Dog
4 Dogs of War Mobilizing All Creatures Great and Small
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