Published August 1993 by Diablo Press, Incorporated .
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Author: Steven Warshaw Title: Japan Emerges Subtitle: A Concise History of Japan from its Origin to the Present ISBN: Publisher: Diablo Press Publication Date: Edition: Eighth revised printing Condition: Very fine, some bumping, no ownership marks, highlighted for study purposes Genre: History, Japan Format: Paperback.
An account of Japanese history from earliest times to the present, covering the major aspects of Japan's political history. It emphasizes cultural and social factors, such as art, science, language, and philosophy, as well as politics and economics.
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