Failure in Japan

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Failure in Japan

By Robert B. Textor
Day, 1951
262 pp. $3.00

Perhaps underestimating some of the American achievements in the occupation of Japan, the author is principally concerned with what he feels to be the failure to make positive assurances of a future democratic Japan. The author's recommendations concerning the Japanese economy, labor and the peace treaty indicate his own confidence that such assurances are possible.

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