Japan's Feet of Clay

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Japan's Feet of Clay

By Freda Utley
Norton, 1937
393 pp. $3.75

This analyzes in the light of the available facts the weakness of Japan's economic and social structure, and it predicts collapse unless her ambitions are brought into better balance with her means. The author might have emphasized the country's poor resources rather than the wickedness of the capitalists and militarists as the cause of some of her misfortunes. This book has been banned in Japan.

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