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I am intellectually indebted to Chalmers Johnson for daring me to bring into
explicit focus some aspects of my subject that I had theretofore thought of as
having only marginal significance. Aside from this I thank him for his friendship
See also Chalmers Johnson, MITI and the Japanese Miracle, Stanford University
Press, 1982, p. 134. 8 See Chapter 5. For a detailed account of the '
telecommunications wars' and the dynamics of both ministries, see Chalmers
Johnson, MITI, ...
Nakamura Takafusa, Economic Growth in Prewar Japan, Yale University Press,
1983, p. 156. 7 Chalmers Johnson, MITI and the Japanese Miracle, Stanford
University Press, 1982, pp. 102-3. 8 Nakamura, Economic Growth, op. cit. (n. 6), p
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