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The Korean War never has been a “forgotten war” for Koreans who lived through the brutal conflict and still live under the two competing states that it helped to establish as permanent entities. Yet, the experiences of the Korean people often have taken a backseat in the study of the war. This...
The tale of a sexual tryst between China’s first lady Soong Mayling and the 1940 Republican u.s . presidential candidate Wendell Willkie on his visit to China in September and October 1942 has circulated in biographies and in the press. Yet there is no credible evidence of such a liaison. Drew...
An important unresolved issue in u.s. policy in Asia after World War ii is the variation in the scale of land reforms in Japan and southern Korea during postwar American military occupation of these nations. The u.s. occupation authority in Japan conducted sweeping land redistribution, while the...
This article discusses a global theatrical spectacle that Moral Re-Armament ( mra ), a spiritual movement originating in the United States, produced in 1961. mra used contemporary protests in Japan, and actors ostensibly involved in them, as a strategy to bolster its authority in the context of...
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