Japan: Industrial Power of Asia

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Some Suggested Readings
Allen G. C. Japan's Economic Recovery ( Royal Institute of International Affairs). Oxford University Press, London, 1958.
Beardsley Richard K., John W. Hall, and Robert E. Ward. Village Japan. University of Chicago Press, 1959.
Borton Hugh, and others. Japan Between East and West ( Council on Foreign Relations). Harper, New York, 1957.
Cohen Jerome B. Japan's Postwar Economy. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, 1958.
Dore R. P. City Life in Japan: A Study of a Tokyo Ward. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1958.
Economic Development and Cultural Change--City and Village in Japan. Vol. IX, no. 1, part 2, Research Center in Economic Development and Cultural Change, University of Chicago, October 1960.
Ike Nobutaka. Japanese Politics. Knopf, New York, 1957.
Kawai Kazuo, Japan's American Interlude. University of Chicago Press, 1960.
Lockwood William W. The Economic Development of Japan. Princeton University Press, 1954.
Reischauer Edwin O. The United States and Japan. Harvard University Press, 1957.
"Reports on Japan." Current History, Vol. 34, no. 200, April 1958, pp. 193-236.
Sansom Sir George B. Japan, a Short Cultural History. The Cresset Press, London, 1946.
Sansom Sir George B. The Western World and Japan. Knopf, New York, 1950.
Storry Richard. A History of Modern Japan. Penguin Books, Ltd., Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1960.
Trewartha Glenn T. Japan, a Physical, Cultural, and Regional Geography. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, 1945.

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Japan: Industrial Power of Asia
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Van Nostrand Searchlight Books *
  • Title Page 1
  • Preface 3
  • Contents 5
  • I Japan to Day 7
  • II- The Empire 17
  • III - The Land and The Agricultural Revolution 23
  • Iv Fisheries and Forests 38
  • Materials for Industry 43
  • Vi Industrial Miracle 54
  • Vii Urban-Industrial Society 71
  • Viii Population 85
  • Ix Trade 93
  • Xpolitical Relations 108
  • Xi Conclusions 121
  • Some Suggested Readings 124
  • Index 125
  • Van Nostrand Searchlight Books 129
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