What to Do with Japan

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What to Do with Japan

By Wilfrid Fleisher
Doubleday, 1945
178 pp. $2.00

Mr. Fleisher enters the discussion as to how we can prevent Japan from doing it all over again, say in another generation. Mr. Fleisher knows the Japanese well, and his numerous suggestions for preventive therapy are worthy of close scrutiny. One wonders, however, how thoroughly he really believes that his prescription is in the realm of the politically possible.

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