Foreign Correspondents in Japan: Reporting a Half Century of Upheavals, from 1945 to the Present

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FOREIGN
CORRESPONDENTS
IN JAPAN
Reporting a Half Century of Upheavals: From 1945 to the Present
The Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan

Charles Pomeroy, General Editor

CHARLES E. TUTTLE COMPANY
Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xii
  • Part One- 1945–1954 The Occupation and the Korean War Years 3
  • 1945–1954 Overview 5
  • Chapter One- 1945 6
  • Chapter Two- 1946 18
  • Chapter Three- 1947 28
  • Chapter Four- 1948 36
  • Chapter Five- 1949 42
  • Chapter Six- 1950 48
  • Chapter Seven- 1951 60
  • Chapter Eight- 1952 70
  • Chapter Nine- 1953 78
  • Chapter Ten- 1954 86
  • Part Two- 1955–1964 The Age of Student Unrest and the Tokyo Olympics 93
  • 1955–1964 Overview 95
  • Chapter Eleven- 1955 96
  • Chapter Twelve- 1956 102
  • Chapter Thirteen- 1957 106
  • Chapter Fourteen- 1958 110
  • Chapter Fifteen- 1959 116
  • Chapter Sixteen- 1960 122
  • Chapter Seventeen- 1961 128
  • Chapter Eighteen- 1962 132
  • Chapter Nineteen- 1963 136
  • Chapter Nineteen- 1964 142
  • Part Three- 1965–1974 Vietnam, the Opening of China, and the Okinawan Reversion 151
  • 1965–1974 Overview 153
  • Chapter Twenty-One- 1965 154
  • Chapter Twenty-Two- 1966 162
  • Chapter Twenty-Three- 1967 166
  • Chapter Twenty-Four- 1968 172
  • Chapter Twenty-Five- 1969 178
  • Chapter Twenty-Six- 1970 184
  • Chapter Twenty-Seven- 1971 194
  • Chapter Twenty-Eight- 1972 198
  • Chapter Twenty-Nine- 1973 202
  • Chapter Thirty 1974 206
  • Part Four- 1975–1984 The Fall of Saigon and the Height of the Cold War 215
  • 1975–1984 Overview 217
  • Chapter Thirty-One- 1975 218
  • Chapter Thirty-Two- 1976 224
  • Chapter Thirty-Three- 1977 230
  • Chapter Thirty-Four- 1978 236
  • Chapter Thirty-Five- 1979 240
  • Chapter Thirty-Six- 1980 246
  • Chapter Thirty-Seven- 1981 254
  • Chapter Thirty-Eight- 1982 260
  • Chapter Thirty-Nine- 1983 266
  • Chapter Forty 1984 274
  • Part Five- 1985–1995 The Bubble Years and the Evolution of the Global Media Age 281
  • 1985–1995 Overview 283
  • Chapter Forty-One- 1985 284
  • Chapter Forty-Two- 1986 288
  • Chapter Forty-Three- 1987 292
  • Chapter Forty-Four- 1988 296
  • Chapter Forty-Five- 1989 304
  • Chapter Forty-Six- 1990 310
  • Chapter Forty-Seven- 1991 318
  • Chapter Forty-Eight- 1992 324
  • Chapter Forty-Nine- 1993 330
  • Chapter Fifty- 1994 338
  • Chapter Fifty-One- 1995 344
  • Afterword 354
  • Index 357
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