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Many aspects of U.S. policies in Japan in the 1945-1952 period remain controversial even today. This collection is a rich source of basic documents on such issues as: use of the existing Japanese civil government to carry out occupation reforms; the drastic economic stabilization policies directed by Joseph M. Dodge (the "Dodge Line"); the impact of Korean War procurement needs; structural reform of Japan's economic system; political reform and democratization; and the remilitarization of Japan. This microfiche collection brings together more than 4,000 documents that trace the development of American policies in Japan from 1945 to 1952 and their effects as seen from the vantage points of both Washington and Tokyo.
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