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From the Publisher"The postwar history of Japan is just beginning to be written, and Pedagogy of Democracyexamines a formative period—-the U.S. Occupation, 1945-52. Koikari examines the Occupation as a raced, gendered, and classed endeavor in the larger context of the Cold War. Her fresh perspective makes this a significant book for those interested in Japanese women's history and Japanese history in general."
—Kathleen Uno, Associate Professor of History at Temple University, and author of Passages to Modernity: Motherhood, Childhood, and Social Reform in Early Twentieth Century Japan