Managing the Social Order: The 'Kingly Way' and Manchukuo's vision of 'Benevolent Welfare
Facing the challenge of domestic order and international recognition, the Manchukuo authorities needed not merely to keep the peace in the new state, but also to present convincing evidence that their rule was good for their subjects and that those subjects appreciated the Japanese presence. Because Manchukuo was created by force of arms in the face of international objection, and because important aspects of Japanese political irifl,uence were highly oppressive, the state is seldom discussed...[Show more]
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