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Dual problems protested allegedly unfair treatment by the occupation or made detailed recommendations for the reform of Japanese society Sodei's running commentary places the letters in their historical context and the substantive foreword by John W Dower who drew #upon Sodei's research for his Pulitzer winning Embracing Defeat further assesses #Sodei's research for his Pulitzer Prize winning Embracing Defeat further assesses significance the letters in understanding Japan's occupation experienc.

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This uniue book compiles some #120 remarkable letters from Japanese citizens to General Douglas MacArthur during the postwar #remarkable letters from Japanese citizens to General Douglas MacArthur during the postwar of Japan 1945 1952 Painstakingly culled from a vast collection these letters evoke the unfiltered voices of people of all classes and occupations during the tremendous upheaval of the early postwar period when the Japanese were coming to terms with the devastating losses of the war adjusting O a new political system and creating the framework ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RECOVERY WRITTEN BY PEOPLE OF and social recovery Written by people of ages
#And Walks Of Life #
walks of life letters raise issues ranging from Japanese war crimes to the future of the emperor system from the behavior of American occupation troops to pleas for the United States to annex Japan Some writers offered to serve as spies for the occupation forces; others appealed for help in solving indivi. Dear General MacArthur: Letters from the Japanese during the American Occupation (Asian Voices)