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1 Yoshitsu, Michael M. Japan and the San Francisco Peace Settlement
New York Columbia University Press 1982 0231055145 / 9780231055147 First in Book Form Cloth Very Good- in Near Fine dust jacket 
Illustrated by Craig, Donna E. [cover]

120 pp., notes, bibliography, index. red cloth boards. DJ has very slight shelfwear. DJ in protective Brodart plastic wrap. Some light highlighting. A bright, tight, attractive copy.

"In 1945 Japan surrendered unconditionally; by 1952 it had regained its sovereignty. Although many countries had fought Japan - and won the right to participate in peace-treaty planning - the postwar negotiations which culminated in the San Francisco Peace Settlement were largely between Japan and the United States. In Japan and the San Francisco Peace Settlement, Michael M. Yoshitsu probes origins of Japanese-American postwar relations by looking closely at the people and the thinking that surrounded the final contract for peace. Using personal interviews as a primary source for his penetrating analysis, Yoshitsu reconstructs the decision-making story behind postwar Japan's first rearmament proposal. In addition Yoshitsu examines Japan's quiet favoritism toward Communist China, and its arrangements for military bases."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
Price: 35.00 USD

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