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Free download Ä Cold War Democracy The United States and Japan 1945 – 1963 à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ð Jennifer M. Miller A fresh reappraisal of Japan's relationship with the United States which reveals how the Cold War shaped Japan and transformed America's understanding of what it takes to establish a postwar democracyIs American foreign policy a reflection of a desire to promote democracy or is it motivated by America's economic interests and imperial dreams Jennifer Miller argues that democratic ideals were indeed crucial in the early days of the US Japanese relationship but not in the way most defenders claim American leaders believed that building a peaceful stable and democratic Japan after a devastating war reuired much than ele.

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Cold War Democracy The United States and Japan 1945 – 1963

Free download Ä Cold War Democracy The United States and Japan 1945 – 1963 à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ð Jennifer M. Miller Ests leaders from both the United States and Japan maintained their commitment to building a psychologically healthy democracy During the occupation American policymakers identified elections and education as the wellsprings of a new consciousness but as the extent of Japan's remarkable economic recovery became clear they increasingly placed prosperity at the core of a revised vision for their new ally's future Cold War Democracy reveals how these ideas and conflicts informed American policies including the decision to rebuild the Japanese military and distribute US economic assistance and development throughout Asia.

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Free download Ä Cold War Democracy The United States and Japan 1945 – 1963 à PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Free read è PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ð Jennifer M. Miller Ctions or a new constitution Instead they saw democracy as a psychological and even spiritual state of mind a vigilant society perpetually mobilized against the false promises of fascist and communist anti democratic forces These ideas inspired an unprecedented crusade to help the Japanese achieve the individualistic and rational ualities deemed necessary for democracyThese American ambitions confronted vigorous Japanese resistance Activists mobilized against US policy surrounding US military bases and staging protests to argue that a true democracy must be accountable to the Japanese people In the face of these prot.

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  • Hardcover
  • 368
  • Cold War Democracy The United States and Japan 1945 – 1963
  • Jennifer M. Miller
  • en
  • 24 October 2018
  • 9780674976344