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Author Ishihara, Shintarō, 1932-

Title The Japan that can say no / Shintaro Ishihara ; translated by Frank Baldwin ; foreword by Ezra F. Vogel
Published New York : Simon & Schuster, [1991]


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 MELB  327.52073 I79J  AVAILABLE
Description 158 pages ; 22 cm
Contents A new national consciousness -- Racial prejudice : the root cause of Japan-bashing -- Who is really "unfair"? -- Stand up to U.S. threats -- National security and the Pacific age -- Japan and the United States : partners or master and servant? -- Americans : look in the mirror! -- Saying yes to America -- Japan and America : the major players in the new era -- Looking ahead in Europe and Asia -- An agenda for America
Summary Asserts that as Japan moves toward economic and technological supremacy it will no longer be content to play second fiddle to the United States in world affairs
Analysis Attitudes
Balance of trade
Computer chips
Foreign relations
High technology industry
International relations
Overseas item
Racial discrimination
United States
Notes Translation of: Nō to ieru Nihon
Translation of: 「No」と言える日本
Includes index
Bibliography Includes index
Notes Also issued online
Translated from the Japanese
Legacy 2017 UoY
Subject Japan -- Relations -- United States.
United States -- Relations -- Japan.
Author Baldwin, Frank.
LC no. 90022466
ISBN 0671710710
Other Titles Nō to ieru Nihon. English