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Jon Halliday • 9 Items / 4 Books, 4 Articles, 1 Review
A Political History of Japanese Capitalism (1975)
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Published Reviews
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    Asia and the East (Review)
    A Political History of Japanese Capitalism, by Jon Halliday
    1. A Political History of Japanese Capitalism by Jon Halliday
    The American Historical Review, June 1977, p. 722
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    Vulnerable Japan (8 Reviews)
    Japan: The Fragile Superpower, by Frank Gibney
    1. Japan: The Fragile Superpower by Frank Gibney
    2. Origins of the Modern Japanese State by John W. Dower and E.H. Norman
    3. A Political History of Japanese Capitalism by Jon Halliday
    4. The Development of Japanese Business, 1600-1973 by Johannes Hirschmeier and Tsunehiko Yui
    5. Japanese Economic Growth by Kazushi Okawa and Henry Rosovsky
    6. Iemoto: The Heart of Japan by Francis L.K. Hsu
    7. The Japanese Economy in International Perspective by Isaiah Frank
    8. Japan: Divided Politics in a Growth Economy by J.A.A. Stockwin
    The New York Review of Books, July 17, 1975, pp. 27-31
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    East Asia and the Pacific
    1. The Pattern of Sino-American Crises by J.H. Kalicki
    2. Prelude to Revolution by Richard Baum
    3. Liu Shao-Chi and the Chinese Cultural Revolution by Lowell Dittmer
    4. A Political History of Japanese Capitalism by Jon Halliday
    5. Origins of the Modern Japanese State by John W. Dower and E.H. Norman
    6. Japanese Society Today by Tadashi Fukutake
    7. Iemoto: The Heart of Japan by Francis L.K. Hsu
    8. Japanese Foreign Trade by Thomas R. Kershner
    9. The Strained Alliance by Robert R. Simmons
    10. East Asia and the Major Powers by Jae Kyu Park and Sungjoo Han
    11. The Kuril Islands by John J. Stephan
    Foreign Affairs, July 1975, pp. 792-793