Reasonable Men, Powerful Words Political Culture and Expertise in Twentieth-Century Japan
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Description: Reasonable Men, Powerful Words traces the development of political culture in twentieth-century Japan through a social and intellectual biography of six Japanese economists who influenced national political life in significant ways. The global ascendance of social scientists is one of the defining characteristics of modernity. They dedicated themselves to an extraordinary range of public policies, including eliminating poverty, reducing disparities of wealth, reshaping the relationship between government and citizen, building a strong economy devoid of a military component, and creating an educated and politically active populace in Japan.
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: University of California Press
Publication date: 1/24/2005
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|The Ouchi group|
|Introduction : making a difference in the world|
|Professionalization and politics|
|Reckoning with the state|
|Economics as politics in occupied Japan|
|Making peace work|
|Taming the contradictions of capitalism|
|Consumption and the democratic household|
|Thinking globally, acting locally : the Tokyo governorship|
|Conclusion : remembering the Ouchi group and twentieth-century Japan|