Title

The Causes of the "Reverse Course" in the American Occupation of Japan

Publication Year

1992

Keywords

Politics, International Relations, Europe, China

Disciplines

Asian History | Asian Studies | International Relations | Military History

Abstract

Some scholars argue that there was no "reverse course." Those who contend that there was a reversal in policies do not agree on what may have been the prime factor responsible for the occupation reversing its course vis-a-vis Japan. What I will examine first is the argument that there was no reverse. Then, I will examine the various theories that attempt to explain what may have been the causes behind this "reverse course."

Department 1 Awarding Honors Status

Asian Studies

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