The emergence of Imperial Japan; self-defense or calculated aggression? Edited with an introduction by Marlene J. Mayo.

Lexington, Mass., Heath [1970] .

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Subjects Japan -- Military policy.
Japan -- Territorial expansion.
Japon -- Histoire.
Japon -- Relations extérieures -- Asie.
Japón -- Política militar -- Discursos, ensayos, conferencias.
Military policy.
Territorial expansion.
Series Problems in Asian civilizations.
Description xvi, 105 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Contents Conflict of opinion.--Prologue, by O. Yoshitake.--Traditional expansionism, by R.T. Pollard.--Response to western aggression, by H. Kublin.--A question of timing and not of goals, by W.G. Beasley.--Lingering militarism, by J.M. Maki.--The Confucian world order, by M.F. Nelson.--Requirements of national security, by J. Crowley.--Ultranationalist societies, by E.H. Norman.--Pan-Asianism, by M. Jansen.--National mission, by M. Sannosuke.--Capitalism and imperialism, by O. Tanin and E. Yohan.--Capitalism, international politics, and the emperor system, by F. Shōichi.--A rebuttal to economic determinism, by H. Conroy.--Blueprint for conquest, by G. Kerr.--Unexpected happenings, by H. Cornroy.--Suggestions for additional reading (pages 101-105).
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)79260
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WorldCat Identities Mayo, Marlene J.,
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