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See also Chapter 14. 7 A recent example is the proposed AIDS control law,
which places the doctors under no compulsion whatsoever. For an account of the
strong influence of the relevant LDP politicians over the ministry, see Inoguchi ...
1 See Chapter 11. 2 John C. Campbell, 'Policy conflict and its resolution within
the governmental system', in E. S. Krauss, T. P. Rohlen and P. G. Steinhoff (eds.),
Conflict in Japan, University of Hawaii Press, 1984, p. 316. 3 Rodney Clark, The ...
1 See Chapter 14. 2 Kiyohara Jumpei, Japan Times, date unknown. 3 The honne
-tatemae dichotomy is becoming established in analyses of Japan. Depending
on how it is applied, it sometimes differs from what I have called 'formal' and ...
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