Japan at Century's End: Changes, Challenges and Choices
Hugh A. Millward, James Morrison
Fernwood Pub., 1997 - History - 260 pages
This timely compilation of 21 essays covers the wide range of issues that confronted Japan in the late 1990s and provides a mainly Canadian perspective on domestic and international politics, the economy, business, technology, social issues, and the environment.
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