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Democracy in prewar Japan : groundwork or façade? / edited with an introduction by George O. Totten.

Boston : Heath, [1965] .
ISBN 0669233331, 9780669233339

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Subjects Japan -- Politics and government -- 1912-1945.
Politics and government
Series Problems in Asian civilizations.
Description xx, 107 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes "Suggestions for further reading: " pages 105-107.
Contents The rise and fall of democratic institutions in prewar Japan / Edwin O. Reischauer -- The importance of the early political parties : a contemporary view (1906) / Itagaki Taisuke, Ōkuma Shigenobu, and Ukita Kazutami -- Limitations on the early democratic movement due to its agrarian character / E. Herbert Norman -- The fundamental strength of the early democratic forces / Nobutaka Ike -- On applying democracy in Japan : an optimistic contemporary view (1916) / Yoshino Sakuzō -- On the obstacles to democracy in Japan : a pessimistic contemporary view (1918) / Ozaki Yukio -- Universal suffrage seen as the antidote to big money elections (1924) / Tsurumi Yūsuke -- Political parties seen as the sine qua non for democracy (1932) / Harold S. Quigley -- The inability of Japanese capitalism to make democracy a success / Robert A. Scalapino -- Movements to protect constitutional government : a structural-functional analysis / Ishida Takeshi -- Economic factors and timing / Robert A. Scalapino -- Cultural continuity / Chitoshi Yanaga -- Similarity of problems in Japan and the west / Edwin O. Reischauer.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)255863
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WorldCat Identities Totten, George O. 1922-
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