Table of contents for Modern Japan : a history in documents / James L. Huffman.


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Contents
What Is a Document?
How to Read a Document
Introduction: Isalnd Mentality
Chapter One
The Shogun's Realm
	Closing the Country
	A Feudal Regime
	Life Under the Tokugawa
	The Shogunate Under Challenge
Chapter Two
The Old Order Topples: 1853-1868
	Japan's Sense of the World
	Perry's Arrival
	A Land in Transition
	Tumultuous Times
Chapter Three
Confronting the Modern World: 1868-1889
	Envisioning a New World
	Creating a New System
	A New Society
Chapter Four
Turning Outward: 1890-1910
	Rising Nationalism
	An Expansionist Turn
	A Modern, Urban Society
Chapter Five
Imperial Democracy: 1912-1930
	The Energy of Modernity
	Reigning in Diversity
Chapter Six
The Dark Era: 1930-1945
	The Militarist Turn
	War
Chapter Seven
The Reemergence: 1945-1970
	An Occupied Land
	The Return to Normal Life
	The Reemergence
Chapter Eight
Japan As a World Power
	Surmounting Crises
	Awash in Capital
	As the Century Ended
Timeline
Further Reading
Text Credits
Picture Credits
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Japan History 1868-Japan History Tokugawa period, 1600-1868