Power and Culture: The Japanese-American War, 1841-1945

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Power and Culture challenges existing assumptions about the war in the Pacific. By focusing on the interplay between culture and international relations, one of the world's most distinguished scholars of United States-Japanese affairs offers a startling reassessment of what the war really meant to the two combatants. Akira Iriye examines the Japanese-American war for the first time from the cultural perspectives of both countries, arguing that it was more a search for international order than a ruthless pursuit of power. ...

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Power and Culture: The Japanese-American War, 1841-1945
2004, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780674695825

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