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people and politics in a stateless nation Karel Van Wolferen. post-war control
centres. Pervaded by bureaucrats, each of them played a major role in the
development of the System and its industrial policy: Keidanren as overall co-
ordinator and ...
like Uemura and Kishi were trying to establish, and showed concern over the
great admiration that Uemura, after a study trip to Nazi Germany, expressed for
Hitler's economic management.34 The second Keidanren chief, Ishizaka Taizo,
had a ...
tion'.44 In 1970 Sanken was joined by Keidanren's Uemura Kogoro and a
prominent Nikkeiren figure, after which it exercised direct influence over a variety
of industrial associations, and by controlling the business membership of ...
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While the author seems biased by his own negative experiences as a foreigner trying to work in Japanese media, his severe critique of the weakness of Japanese leadership has been confirmed by events to a considerable degree. Read full review
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The neglected role of power
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