Japan's Prospect

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Japan's Prospect

By Douglas G. Haring
Harvard University Press, 1946
474 pp. $4.00

The idea behind this book is that the American people, having undertaken to govern Japan, ought to know something about the nature of that responsibility. Nine men, authorities in their fields, have contributed chapters concerning various aspects of Japanese life and how these may be affected by reform.

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