Aftermath of War: Americans and the Remaking of Japan, 1945-1952

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INTRODUCTION
1. Jon Halliday and Gavan McCormack, Japanese Imperialism Today ( New York: Monthly Review Press, 1973); Herbert Bix, "Japan's New Vulnerability," Monthly Review 34, 7 ( December 1983): 10-17; Ezra Vogel, Japan as Number One ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1979).
2. Theodore White, "Danger of Japan," New York Times Magazine, 28 July 1985, 22, 59.
3. Ibid., 37.
4. See particularly Edwin O. Reischauer, The United States and Japan, 3d rev. ed. ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1965); Robert E. Ward, Political Development in Modern Japan ( Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1968); and Herbert Passin, "Occupation Reforms as Experiments in Guided Social Change," The Legacy of the Occupation-Japan ( New York: Occasional Papers of the East Asian Institute, Columbia University, 1968). These scholars might, with justification, just as easily be considered "liberal." I have preferred the "conservative" label to emphasize their generally uncritical perspective on American Occupation policies and to distinguish them more sharply from the members of the other two schools.
5. Two outstanding historiographic essays on the Occupation from which this section draws heavily are John W. Dower, "Occupied Japan as History and Occupation History as Politics," Journal of Asian Studies 34, 2 ( February 1975): 485-504, and Carol Gluck, "Entangling Illusions: Japanese and American Views of the Occupation," in Warren 1. Cohen, ed., New Frontiers in American-East Asian Relations: Essays Presented to Dorothy Borg ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1983), 169-236. See also Howard Schonberger, "The Occupation of Japan Through American Eyes," American Studies Newsletter 41 ( May 1976): 1-4.
6. Owen Lattimore, Solution in Asia ( Boston: Little, Brown, 1945); Owen Lattimore, The Situation in Asia ( Boston: Little, Brown, 1949); T. A. Bisson, Prospects for Democracy in Japan ( New York: Macmillan, 1949); T. A. Bisson, Zaibatsu Dissolution in Japan ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1954); and Miriam Farley, Aspects of Japan's Labor Problem ( New York: John Day, 1950).
7. John W. Dower, "E. H. Norman, Japan and the Uses of History," in John W. Dower, ed., Origins of the Modern Japanese State: Selected Writings of E. H. Norman ( New York: Pantheon Books, 1975), 44.
8. See particularly John W. Dower, "Occupied Japan and the American Lake, 1945-1950," in Edward Friedman and Mark Selden, eds., America's Asia: Dissenting Essays on Asian-American Relations ( New York: Pantheon Books, 1971), 146-206; John W. Dower, Empire and Aftermath: Yoshida Shigeru and the Japanese Experience, 1878-1954 ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1979), 273-470; William Borden, The Pacific Alliance: United States Foreign Economic Policy and Japanese Trade Recovery, 1947-1955 ( Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1984); Joe Moore, Japanese Workers and the Struggle for Power, 1945-47 ( Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1983); Michael Schaller, The American Occupation of Japan: The Origins of the Cold War in Asia ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1985); and Howard Schonberger, "Zaibatsu Dissolution and the American Restoration of Japan," Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 5, 2 ( September 1973): 15-31.

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