The Japanese Power Game: What It Means to America

In 1989, Bill spent several months in Japan conducting research for this book, which appeared at a time of great ferment in relations between the United States and Japan.

The event that triggered interest among book editors was the Recruit scandal, which toppled several powerful figures in Japanese politics and in its corporate world. But Bill broadened the book to become an inquiry into the structure of economic and political relations between the two countries.

It received wide critical acclaim when it appeared in 1990.

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