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From the Publisher"In this new and compelling social and political history, Morris Low explores the self-fashioning of Japanese physicists, their engagement with Western science and their role in the modernization and post-war reconstruction of Japan. With authority and insight, Low guides us through the multi-layered institutional landscape of the physical sciences in twentieth century Japan in war and peace. His incisive analysis is a major contribution to the history of modern Japan, as well as to the history of twentieth century science."
—Dr. Jeff Hughes, Senior Lecturer in History of Science and Technology, University of Manchester, UK
"A worthy and important contribution to the field of science history." — Walter Grunden — ISIS