The Other Japan: Democratic Promise Versus Capitalist Efficiency, 1945 to the Present
The analyses and literary portraits in this text elucidate the existing realities of Japan's postwar history. They address, in chronological fashion, major social, environmental, and feminist issues and conflicts that have attended to Japan's postwar economic miracle.
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