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Modern Japan: A Historical Survey

Mikiso Hane
Format
Book
Published
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 2001.
Edition
3rd ed
Language
English
ISBN
0813337569 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • 1 Japan Before the Seventeenth Century 7
  • Early History of the Japanese People
  • Traditional Culture and Institutions of the Pre-Tokugawa Years
  • 2 Establishment of the Tokugawa Bakufu 25
  • Shogun of the Tokugawa Bakufu
  • Tokugawa Institutions
  • Structure of Tokugawa Society
  • Culture of the Tokugawa Period
  • 3 Late Tokugawa Period 45
  • Political Developments
  • Economic Problems
  • Lot of the Peasants
  • Peasant Uprisings
  • Agricultural Improvements
  • Intellectual Currents: Reformers and Critics
  • 4 Fall of the Tokugawa Bakufu 70
  • Arrival of Commodore Perry
  • Immediate Consequences
  • Mentality of Sonno Joi
  • Rise of the Anti-Bakufu Forces
  • Meiji Restoration
  • 5 Meiji Restoration: The New Order 91
  • Political Changes
  • Local Government
  • Social Reforms
  • Pensions for the Kazoku and Shizoku
  • Revision of the Land Tax and the Plight of the Farmers
  • Legal Reforms
  • Police System
  • Army and the Navy
  • Economic Developments
  • Education
  • Civilization and Enlightenment
  • Religion
  • 6 Continuing Meiji Revolution (I): Political Developments 119
  • Political Reactions
  • Agrarian Unrest
  • Movement for Popular Rights
  • Fortification of the Central Government
  • Constitution
  • 7 Continuing Meiji Revolution (II): Cultural, Economic, and Social Developments 142
  • Cultural Nationalism
  • Initial Modern Economic Growth
  • Plight of the Workers
  • Social Conditions
  • 8 Political Developments in Later Meiji 163
  • Partisan Politics: 1887-1894
  • Korean Question and the Sino-Japanese War
  • Postwar Domestic Political Developments
  • 9 Conclusion of the Meiji Era 183
  • Russo-Japanese War
  • Aftermath of the Russo-Japanese War: Foreign Affairs
  • Aftermath of the Russo-Japanese War: Internal Affairs
  • Death of Emperor Meiji
  • Meiji Japan: An Assessment
  • 10 Era of Parliamentary Ascendancy (I) 205
  • Internal Political Affairs: 1912-1918
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Economic Developments: 1906-1930
  • Social Reform Movements: Labor
  • Agrarian Reform Movements
  • Outcastes and the Suiheisha
  • Movement for Women's Rights
  • Democratic and Socialistic Political Movements
  • 11 Era of Parliamentary Ascendancy (II) 235
  • Culture of the Taisho Era
  • Political Developments: 1918-1932
  • 12 Ascendancy of Militarism 262
  • Radical Nationalists and Militarists
  • Conspiracies and Assassinations
  • Manchurian Incident
  • Internal Political Developments: The Triumph of the Militarists
  • 13 Road to War 292
  • China Policy to 1937
  • China Incident
  • Internal Developments
  • Further Foreign Entanglements
  • Negotiations with the United States
  • Occupation of Southern French Indochina
  • Decision for War
  • 14 War and Defeat 331
  • Offensive War
  • War at Home
  • Defensive War
  • Allied Strategy
  • Transference of Leadership from Tojo to Koiso
  • Beginning of the End
  • Battle for Leyte Gulf
  • End of the Fighting
  • Economics of Warfare
  • Finale
  • 15 Postwar Years: Reform and Reconstruction 364
  • MacArthur Era
  • Political Developments During the Occupation Years
  • Political Developments After Independence
  • End of LDP Dominance
  • Foreign Relations
  • Japanese Economy in the Early Nineties: Recession
  • 16 Social, Cultural, and Intellectual Developments 427
  • Social Developments
  • Intellectual Developments
  • Cultural Developments
  • From Showa to Heisei
  • End of the Showa Reign
  • B. List of Prime Ministers 497.
Description
xiv, 554 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 499-531) and index.
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