Cultural Diplomacy in U.S.-Japanese Relations, 1919-1941

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The seeds of the Pacific War can be found scattered throughout the interwar period. This study of unofficial diplomacy from 1919-1941 illuminates causes deeply rooted and often overlooked in explaining the path to war: cultural perceptions on both sides, the pivotal role of public opinion, and the deterioration of Japanese-American relations on both the individual and the cultural levels.

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