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Single Mothers and Welfare Restructuring in Japan: Gender and Class Dimensions of Income and Employment

Shattering Jewels: 110,000 Okinawans Protest Japanese State Censorship of Compulsory Group Suicides

Compulsory Mass Suicide, the Battle of Okinawa, and Japan's Textbook Controversy

"Will you go to war? Or will you stop being Japanese?" Nationalism and History in Kobayashi Yoshinori's Sensoron

The Suharto Legacy - As He Lay Dying

Barefoot Gen, The Atomic Bomb and I: The Hiroshima Legacy

Sugihara Chiune and the Visas to Save Lives: Assessing the Efforts to Memorialize a Japanese Hero

The Ghosts of the American War in Vietnam

Women in Japanese Local Politics: From Voters to Activists to Politicians

Suharto Beyond the Grave: Indonesia and the World Appraise the Legacy