Yakuza: Japan's Criminal Underworld

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • About the Authors xi
  • Preface to the New Edition xiii
  • Prologue - Enter the Yakuza xv
  • Part I - Early History 1
  • Chapter One - The Honorable Outlaws 3
  • Part II - The Kodama Years 29
  • Chapter Two - Occupied Japan 31
  • Chapter Three - Nexus on the Right 56
  • Chapter Four - The Black Mist 83
  • Part III - The Modern Yakuza 109
  • Chapter Five - The Syndicates 111
  • Chapter Six - Corruption, Japanese-Style 144
  • Chapter Seven - The Keizai Yakuza 175
  • Chapter Eight - The Collapsing Bubble 196
  • Part IV - The Move Abroad 221
  • Chapter Nine - Meth, Money, and the Sex Trade 223
  • Chapter Ten - Old Markets and New 251
  • Chapter Eleven - Across the Pacific 277
  • Chapter Twelve - To America 293
  • Epilogue - A New Yakuza 325
  • A Note on Research 335
  • Notes 339
  • Glossary 373
  • Bibliography 377
  • Index 387
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