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Association of Japanese Geographers. Geography of Japan.
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Baerwald, Hans H., and Akira Hashimoto. "Japan in 1982: Doing
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Banno, Junji. The Establishment of the Japanese Constitutional
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Beasley W.G. Japanese Imperialism, 1874-1945. Oxford:
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------. The Meiji Restoration. Stanford: Stanford
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------. The Modern History of Japan. New York: St.
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Beasley, W.G. (ed.). Modern Japan: Aspects of History,
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Berry, Mary Elizabeth. The Culture of Civil War in Kyoto.
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Bibliography of Asian Studies. (Annuals 1984 through
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Borton, Hugh. Japan's Modern Century. New York: Ronald
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Boxer, Charles R. The Christian Century in Japan.
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Brownlee, John S. Political Thought in Japanese Historical 
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Collcutt, Martin, Marius B. Jansen, and Isao Kumakura. Cultural
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Connaughton, Richard M. The War of the Rising Sun and Tumbling
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Conroy, Hilary, Sandra T.W. Davis, and Wayne Patterson (eds.).
     Japan in Transition: Thought and Action in the Meiji
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Cooper, Michael (ed.). They Came to Japan: An Anthology of
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Coox, Alvin D. Nomonhan: Japan Against Russia, 1939. (2
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Craig, William. The Fall of Japan. New York: Dell, 1967.

Crump, John. Hatta Shuzo and Pure Anarchism in Interwar
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Davis, Sandra T.W. Intellectual Change and Political
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Dower, John W. Japanese History and Culture from Ancient to
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Duus, Peter. Feudalism in Japan. (Studies in World
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------. The Rise of Modern Japan. Boston: Houghton
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Duus, Peter (ed.). The Cambridge History of Japan, 6: The
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Duus, Peter, Ramon H. Meyers, and Mark R. Peattie (eds.). The
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Earle, Joe. An Introduction to Japanese Prints. London:
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Elisseeff, Vadime. Japan. (Trans., James Hogarth.)
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Embree, Ainslie T. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Asian History.
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Eto Shinkichi, and Marius B. Jansen (trans. and eds.). My
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Farnsworth, Lee W. "Japan in 1980: The Conservative Resurgence,"
     Asian Survey, 21, No. 1, January 1981, 70-83.

------. "Japan in 1981: Meeting the Challenges," Asian
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Farris, William Wayne. Heavenly Warriors: The Evolution of
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Fletcher, William Miles, III. The Search for a New Order:
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Fukuda, Naomi (ed.). Japanese History: A Guide to Survey
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Fukui, Haruhiro. "Japan in 1987: An Eventful Year," Asian
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Giffard, Sidney. Japan among the Powers, 1880-1990. New
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Goldsmith, Raymond W. The Financial Development of Japan,
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Gordon, Andrew (ed.). Postwar Japan as History. Berkeley:
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The Gossamer Years (Kagero Nikki): The Diary of a
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Grossburg, Kenneth Alan. Japan's Renaissance: The Politics of
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Hall, John Whitney. Japan: From Prehistory to Modern
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------. Japanese History: A Guide to Japanese Reference and
     Research Materials. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese
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Hall, John Whitney, and Marius B. Jansen (eds.). Studies in the
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Hall, John Whitney, and James L. McClain (eds.). The Cambridge
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Hall, John Whitney, and Jeffrey P. Mass (eds.). Medieval Japan:
     Essays in Institutional History. New Haven: Yale
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Hall, John Whitney, Nagahara Keiji, and Kozo Yamamura (eds.).
     Japan Before Tokugawa: Political Consolidation and
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Hanley, Susan B., and Kozo Yamamura. Economic and Demographic
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Harada, Jiro. A Glimpse of Japanese Ideals: Lectures on
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Hunter, Janet (comp.). Concise Dictionary of Modern Japanese
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Iriye, Akira. After Imperialism: The Search for a New Order in
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Iriye, Akira, and Warren I. Cohen (eds.). The United States and
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Irokawa Daikichi. The Culture of the Meiji Period.
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Iwao, Seiichi (ed.). Biographical Dictionary of Japanese
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Iwata, Mazakazu. Okubo Toshimichi: The Bismarck of Japan.
     Berkeley: University of California Press, 1964.

Jain, Rajendra Kumar. The USSR and Japan, 1945-1980.
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Jansen, Marius B. China in the Tokugawa World. Cambridge:
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------. "Japan." Pages 185-200 in Ainslie T. Embree (ed.),
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------. Sakamoto Ryoma and the Meiji Restoration.
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Jansen, Marius B. (ed.). The Cambridge History of Japan, 5: The
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Jansen, Marius B., and Gilbert Rozman. Japan in Transition:
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Japan: An Illustrated Encyclopedia. (2 vols.) Tokyo:
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Japan Foundation. Catalogue of Books in English on Japan, 1945-
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------. An Introductory Bibliography for Japanese Studies.
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Jefferson, Roland M., and Alan E. Fusonie. The Japanese
     Flowering Cherry Trees of Washington, D.C.: A Living Symbol of
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     Washington: Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research
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Kajima Morinosuke. The Diplomacy of Japan, 1894-1922. (2
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Keene, Donald. The Japanese Discovery of Europe,
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Kidder, Edward. Ancient Japan. (The Making of the Past
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Kitahara, Michio. Children of the Sun: The Japanese and the
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Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan. (9 vols.) Tokyo: Kodansha,

Kojiki. (Trans., Donald L. Philippi.) Princeton: Princeton
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Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. K.B.S. Bibliography of Standard
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Krauss, Ellis S. "Japan in 1983: Altering the Status Quo?"
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Lebra, Joyce C. Okuma Shigenobu: Statesman of Meiji Japan.
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Mass, Jeffrey P. Antiquity and Anachronism in Japanese
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------. The Development of Kamakura Rule, 1180-1220: A History
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Maki, John M. Government and Politics in Japan: The Road to
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Maswood, Syed Javed. Japan and Protection: The Growth of
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Morris, Ivan. The Nobility of Failure: Tragic Heroes in the
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Morton, W. Scott. Japan: Its History and Culture. (3d ed.)
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Munro, Neil Gordon. Prehistoric Japan. Yokohama: 1911.

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Murdoch, James. A History of Japan. (3 vols., 6 pts.) New
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Nihongi: Chronicles of Japan from the Earliest Times to A.D.
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Nish, Ian. Japanese Foreign Policy, 1869-1942: Kasumigaseki to
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Norman, E. Herbert. Origins of the Modern Japanese State.
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Numata, Jiro. Western Learning: A Short History of the Study of
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Oka, Yoshitake. Konoe Fumimaro: A Political Biography.
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Perkins, Dorthy. Encyclopedia of Japan: Japanese History and
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The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon. (Trans. and ed., Ivan
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Reischauer, Edwin O., and Albert M. Craig. Japan: Tradition and
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