In this new analysis of democracy in Japan, Bradley Richardson reveals a fragmentation and discordance that refute the common conception of a semiauthoritarian and consensual Japanese state led by government bureaucracy. Richardson demonstrates how Japan's decentralized political system differs from Great Britain's but resembles that of Italy.Nihon Keizai, January 12, June 1, and June 10, 1988; Asahi, July 30, 1988. ... Administration Service Association, Association of International Tourist Hotels, National Federation of Automobile Associations, All-Japan Truck Service Associationanbsp;...
|Author||:||Bradley Richardson, Bradley M. Richardson|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1997|