The Yoshida Memoirs: The Story of Japan in Crisis

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The YOSHIDA MEMOIRS
The Story of Japan in Crisis

BY SHIGERU YOSHIDA Prime Minister of Japan 1946-7, 1949-55

TRANSLATED BY KENICHI YOSHIDA

HEINEMANN
LONDON MELBOURNE TORONTO

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - The Unfolding Tragedy 1
  • 2 - The Crisis Breaks 13
  • 3 - Aftermath of Defeat 31
  • 4 - Blueprint an Occupation 43
  • 5 - General MacArthur and his Aides 48
  • 6 - My Political Apprenticeship 61
  • 7 - The 'Yoshida Era' Begins 69
  • 8 - My First Cabinet 78
  • 9 - In Oppsition -- and an Election Victory 85
  • 10 - The Last Three Yoshida Cabinets 91
  • 11 - The West Revisited 100
  • 12 - Old Friends in Britain and U.S.A. 116
  • 13 - The Post-war Constitution 126
  • 14 - Critics of the New Constitution 143
  • 15 - The Purges 147
  • 16 - Educational Reform 167
  • 17 - Police Reform 176
  • 18 - The Self-Defence Force 182
  • 19 - Agricultural Reform 196
  • 20 - The Post-war Food Crisis 204
  • 21 - Labour Reforms and After 211
  • 22 - My Views on Japan's Labour Movement 223
  • 23 - The Communists as a Destructive Force 232
  • 24 - The San Francisco Peace Treaty 243
  • 25 - Preparatory Negotiations for Peace 249
  • 26 - The San Francisco Peace Conference 254
  • 27 - The Territorial Question 261
  • 28 - The U.S -- Japan Security Treaty 263
  • 29 - The Administrative Agreement 269
  • Postscript 276
  • Index 293
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