Table of contents for Bankrupting the enemy : the U.S. financial siege of Japan before Pearl Harbor / Edward S. Miller.

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Contents
List of Illustrations 000
Prologue: War Plan Orange 000
Sources and Technical Notes 000
Acknowledgments 000
Introduction: Bankruptcy 000
Chapter 1. Trading with the Enemy 000
Chapter 2. The 1930s: Financial Power Slumbering 000
Chapter 3. Hanging by a Silken Thread 000
Chapter 4. Japan¿s Failed Quest for Dollars through Manufacturing 000
Chapter 5. Anticipating Japan¿s Bankruptcy, 1937¿1940 000
Chapter 6. Birth of an Embargo Strategy: The Alternative to Bankrupting Japan 000
Chapter 7. Export Controls, 1940 to Mid-1941 000
Chapter 8. The Japanese Financial Fraud in New York 000
Chapter 9. An Aborted Financial Freeze, Early 1941	 000
Chapter 10. Japan¿s Vulnerability in Strategic Resources 000
Chapter 11. The Vulnerability of the Japanese Economy and People 000
Chapter 12. The Vulnerability of Japanese Exports to the United States 000
Chapter 13. The Vulnerability of Japan in Petroleum 000
Chapter 14. Momentum for the Financial Freeze, May¿July 1941 000
Chapter 15. The Fictitious U.S. Oil Shortage 000
Chapter 16. Freeze: The Crucial Month of August 1941 000
Chapter 17. Barter and Bankruptcy 000
Chapter 18. Calamity: The Economy under Siege 000
Chapter 19. Futility: The Final Negotiations 000
Epilogue: Bankruptcy and War Crimes 000
Appendix 1: The U.S. Oil Shortage that Never Was 000
Appendix 2: Details of the OSS/State Department Study of Japanese Foreign Trade and Finance 000
Notes 000
Bibliography 000
Index 000
Photographs follow page 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Economic sanctions, American -- Japan -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Foreign economic relations -- Japan.
Japan -- Foreign economic relations -- United States.
Japan -- Economic conditions -- 1918-1945.