A conciev, informed discussion of the question of imperial Japan in a democratic postwar world, and of certain of the...

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WHAT TO DO WITH JAPAN

A conciev, informed discussion of the question of imperial Japan in a democratic postwar world, and of certain of the obstructions she presents to international peace. The question of the Emperor, a figurehead and anachronism, who though politically impotent represents a non-democratic tradition which should be eliminated; the shadow government of the war lords, the military oligarchies whose power supercedes civilian authority and constitutes Japan's greatest danger; her colonial possessions, which should be placed under an international commission; her occupation, disarmament and re-education. An intelligent precis of one postwar peril, by a recognized authority.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1945