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Ways of Forgetting, Ways of Remembering: Japan in the Modern World

af John W. Dower

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This new set of reflections looks at key 20th Century moments in the relationship between the US and Japan, focusing on Japanese perceptions of the US: how the Japanese saw Hiroshima, the American occupation and the changes in their own lives. Readers also catch a glimpse of Japanese attitudes towards their own war crimes. Finally, Dower offers blistering comments of George W. Bush's attempts to justify the invasion of Iraq by citing Dower's own work on the US occupation of Japan.… (mere)
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If you've been reading Dower's work over the years there will be very few real surprises here; the real attraction is the man's commentary on his work and the field in general and how the historiography of Japan has developed. At the very least Dower has developed a certain disdain for modernization theory, which he now sees as a means of rationalizing the imperialism in all but name of the neo-conservative enthusiasts of American power projection. ( )
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This new set of reflections looks at key 20th Century moments in the relationship between the US and Japan, focusing on Japanese perceptions of the US: how the Japanese saw Hiroshima, the American occupation and the changes in their own lives. Readers also catch a glimpse of Japanese attitudes towards their own war crimes. Finally, Dower offers blistering comments of George W. Bush's attempts to justify the invasion of Iraq by citing Dower's own work on the US occupation of Japan.

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