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Articles by Richard Reitan

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Richard Reitan is associate professor of history at Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA 17603, US. He is the author of Making a Moral Society: Ethics and the State in Meiji Japan (Hawaii, 2010) and various articles on modern Japanese history including “Narratives of Equivalence: Neoliberalism in Contemporary Japan,” Radical History Review 112 (2012): 43-64, and “Völkerpsychologie and the Appropriation of ‘Spirit’ in Meiji Japan,” Modern Intellectual History 7, 3 (2010): 495-522.