Japan and the United States: Challenges and Opportunities

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Japan and the United States: Challenges and Opportunities

Edited by William J. Barnds
New York University Press, 1979
286 pp.
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In one of the most valuable recent books on U.S.-Japanese relations, a group of experts identifies the causes of the growing difficulties facing the two countries and proposes ways to cope with them. Special attention is devoted to the interplay of domestic politics and foreign policy and to the need for structural change in the economies of both countries.

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