Tetsuya Kataoka (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0844817149.
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The book argues that Japan's economic miracle has been one of revulsion against deprivation of political status symbolized by the constitution.
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Kataokas study of postwar constitution argues that Japan could make a greater promise of peace to its citizens and to the international community by taking steps to amend the constitution rather than by sacralizing it. Kataokas position finds support in Arendts work on th. . Kataokas position finds support in Arendts work on the political public realm, which stresses the need to negotiate with the past, as distinct from radically departing from it. This paper contends that the revisions of the postwar constitution, originally not drafted by Japanese, may be a necessary path for furthering democracy in Japan.
Tetsuya Kataoka, Ramon Hawley Myers. Tetsuya Kataoka, Eimi Shiotsuki, Akihiro Inokuchi.