153pp. red & white cloth 8vo: Very Good+ in a Good+ dj [top edge is age spotted; else VG+; dj = p-c; some edge nicks & darkening; else G+] Academic reportage on Japan in 1971 from the future National Security Advisor in the Carter Administration, then a Columbia professor.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 12mo-over 6¾-7¾" tall. 153pp. Post-war progress in Japan. Small ownership inscription on the front free endpaper. Bottom corners gently bumped. Some spotting to the back board. The jacket has minor creasing and some surface scuffing to the back panel.
slight foxing along top edge (not effecting page margins or text) otherwise near fine hard cover book in fine dust jacket. By the time the author traveled in Japan in 1971 the major goals of the postwar electorate, namely, economic recovery, the establishment of democracy & alliance with the U.S., had lost their significance or were being evaluated from a totally different pe.
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