Same Bed, Different Dreams: America and Japan-societies in Transition

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Council on Foreign Relations, 1990 - Social Science - 138 pages
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Page 32 - Individualism is a calm and considered feeling which disposes each citizen to isolate himself from the mass of his fellows and withdraw into the circle of family and friends; with this litde society formed to his taste, he gladly leaves the greater society to look after itself.
Page 22 - Do you approve or disapprove of a married woman earning money in business or industry if she has a husband capable of supporting her?
Page 116 - Our findings document a career bureaucracy with very little Republican representation but even more pointedly portray a social service bureaucracy dominated by administrators ideologically hostile to many of the directions pursued by the Nixon administration in the realm of social policy.
Page 41 - In raising children of elementary school age, some people think that one should teach them that money is the most important thing.
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Page 38 - Robert Wuthnow, The Restructuring of American Religion (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1988), chap. 4; Wuthnow, The Struggle for America's Soul: Evangelicals, Liberals, and Secularism (Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans, 1989), 10-15; and Jose Casanova, "Private and Public Religions," Social Research, 59 (Spring 1992): 17-57.
Page 31 - Some people think that the government in Washington should do everything possible to improve the standard of living of all poor Americans; they are at Point 1 on this card.
Page 81 - Reinhard Bendix, Work and Authority in Industry (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974). 5. Robert W. Rycroft, "Energy Policy Feedback: Bureaucratic Responsiveness in the Federal Energy Agency," Policy Analysis 1 (Winter 1979), pp.
Page 25 - Suppose both a husband and wife work at good and interesting jobs, and the husband is offered a very good job in another city. Assuming they have no children, which one of these solutions do you think they should seriously consider?

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