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The Chrysanthemum and the Eagle: the Future of U.S.-Japan Relations

The Chrysanthemum and the Eagle: the Future of U.S.-Japan Relations

Sato, Ryuzo

Whether in the form of the ongoing automotive wars, books and films such as Michael Crichton's Rising Sun, or George Bush's ill-fated trip to Japan in 1991, frictions between the United States and Japan have been steadily on the rise. Americans are bombarded with images of Japan's fundamental difference; at the same time, voices in Japan call for a Japan That Can Say No. If the guiding principle of the Clinton administration is indeed new values for a new generation, how will this be reflected in U.S.-Japanese relations?. Convinced that no true solution to U.S.-Japanese frictions can be achiev

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Published New York : NYU Press 1994

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Details

ISBN: 081478870X, 9780814779712, 9780814788707
Note: Print version record.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (242 pages)
Subject: Social Science.; Japan.; United States Relations Japan.; History.; BUSINESS & ECONOMICS International General.; Japan Relations United States.; United States.; International relations.
Local note: JSTOR Books at JSTOR Open Access

Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. CONTENTS
  5. PREFACE
  6. ONE THE RISE OF REVISIONISM
  7. TWO CONFLICTING VIEWS OF THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT
  8. THREE THE ANATOMY OF U.S.-JAPANESE ANTAGONISMS
  9. FOUR IN SOME WAYS JAPAN REALLY IS ODD
  10. FIVE IS A PAX JAPONICA POSSIBLE?
  11. SIX JAPAN'S FUTURE COURSE
  12. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
  13. INDEX.