A Modern History of Japan: From Tokugawa Times to the Present

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Maps, Tables, and Figures

Maps
Tokugawa Japan47
The Japanese Empire, 1895–1939191
War in the Pacific205
Japan Today296

Tables
2.1 Major Cities circa 172021
2.2 Peasant Protests, 1600–186731
7.1 Labor Force Numbers, Early Twentieth Century100
8.1 Riots in Tokyo, 1905–18132
9.1 Core Subsidiaries in the Mitsui and Mitsubishi Combines at War's End144
10.1 Party Cabinets 1918–32164
14.1 Nominal GNP of Five Major Nations, 1951–80248
14.2 Equality of Access to Japanese Higher Education, 1961–74255
16.1 Real GNP Growth of Major Economies in 1980s299

Figures
14.1 Real GNP and Capital Formation, 1951–76247
14.2 Rise of Middle-Class Consciousness268
16.1 United States–Japan Trade Balance, 1963–79292
17.1 Real GNP Growth in Japan, 1983–99316
17.2 Real GDP Growth of Major Economies, 1999326

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