The Japanese Monarchy: Ambassador Joseph Grew and the Making of the "Symbol Emperor System," 1931-1991

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INDEX
Abe Yoshihisa, 175
Acheson, Dean, 55, 71, 76, 81, 120
ACJ. See American Council on Japan
Akagi Munenori, 128
Akahata, 178
Akihito, 33n., 118, 157, 158 ascension to throne, 153-54 as deity, xiii enthronement ceremony, xiii, 171-74 marriage, 123-24 pacifism, 154-55
Amano Yoshihiko, 169
Amerasia, 36, 39
American Ambassador: Joseph C. Grew and the Development of the United States Diplomatic Tradition (Heinrichs), 4
American Council on Japan, xi, 112, 119-20
Anglo-Japanese Hydro-Electric, 45
Arahata Kanson, 180
Arai Shinichi, 70, 77
Araki Moriaki, 169
Argentina, 56
Argonaut, 31
Asahi shimbun, 152
Ashida Hitoshi, 113, 120
Association of Shinto Shrines, 141, 145
Association of Those Concerned with Fundamental Problems of the State, 146
Atcheson, George, Jr., 82, 83
Atomic bomb, 70, 72, 73-74, 76, 77, 140
Australia, 78, 107, 113, 162, 171
Badoglio, Pietro, 181, 182
Bagehot, Walter, xi, 92-95, 92n., 101, 103, 164, 166
Bakumatsu Restoration, 170
Balfour, Arthur James, xi, 93-94, 95, 103, 164, 165, 166
Ballantine, Joseph W., 36, 55, 60, 61-62, 75
Baltimore Evening Sun, 37
Bereaved Society of Japan, 145
Bilankin, George, 51
Bishop, Max, 81, 87, 89
Bisson, Thomas A., vii-viii, ix, 39, 56, 57, 64-65, 105, 110, 155
Blakeslee (U.S. State Dept.), 55, 68
Blyth, Reginald H., 109, 110
Bonon, H., 55, 61, 68
Bowers, F., 89
Briggs, Norman, 17
Brill, George M., 51
Britain. See Great Britain
Bungei shunjū, 147-48
Byas, Hugh, 29, 64
Bymes, James, viii, 55, 68, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81
Cairo Conference, 22, 60
Cannon, John, 164
Castle, William R., 5, 119
CBS, 10, 11
Chiang Kai-shek, 22, 119
" Chicago speech" ( Grew), 22-34
Chicago Tribune, 37
Chichibu, Prince, 33n.
China (pre- 1947) antiemperor campaign, 31-32, 65, 78, 90, 107
Communist revolution in, 119
Japan's policy of cooperation with, 54-55
See also People's Republic of China China crowd, 7, 20, 37, 55, 75, 82

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