Japan: Its History and Culture
Once a star of postwar industrial production and methods, Japan has encountered serious trouble with market forces in recent years. Social changes and departures from tradition are becoming more common in this conservative country. The revised edition of the popular work, Japan: Its History and Culture, Fourth Edition, documents and explains these changes. Seamlessly blending current events, politics, and cultural elements, the authors provide a riveting account of a nation often misunderstood by the West.
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In July 1858 a commercial treaty was signed between Japan and the United States which included among its terms the opening of additional ports , the rights of extraterritoriality and foreign residence in Edo and Osaka , and agreement on ...
Foreign loans could be negotiated , but these were expensive and involved an unacceptable measure of dependence on foreign governments ; no one had invented foreign aid , and Japan had to pay as she went . The 1870s had been a decade of ...
Domestic industries , which had been closed to foreign investors , were finally opened . The lopsided flow of Japanese capital to foreign markets could now be brought into better balance . New capital began to arrive , helping stimulate ...
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