A History of Japan: From Stone Age to Superpower

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Springer, Apr 17, 2012 - Political Science - 288 pages
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In a rare combination of comprehensive coverage and sustained critical focus, this book examines Japan's progress through its entire history to its current status as an economic, technological, and cultural superpower. A key factor is a pragmatic determination to succeed. Little-known facts are also brought to light, and the latest findings used.
 

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Early and Medieval History 7101600
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The Tokugawa Period
2 SamuraiandEthics
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Lessons forAspiring Superpowers
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KENNETH HENSHALL was born in England and is professor of Japanese Studies at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He has published on a range of Japan-related topics such as history, society, language, and literature, and is author of the best-selling etymological work Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters.

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