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2.1 Japanese People Have Become Top Heavy
3.1 American Neglects the Significance of Production
4.2 Japan Should Become More Cosmopolitan
5 Bashing Japan gets votes (Morita)
5.1 The Paradox of Welcoming Investment but Criticism of Japan
5.2 Japanese Industries in the U.S. Should Work at Community Service
5.3 Let’s Build an American Society Where Japan Bashing Causes Votes to Decline
6 American itself is unfair (Morita)
6.1 America Lacks Business Creativity
6.2 Japan Has Not Forced Its Sales on the U.S
6.3 Let Us Think About the Role Japan Should Play in the World
7 The criticism of Japan as an imitator is off the mark (Ishi-
7.2 Japan, A Country Where Each Person Is Highly Creative
8 Is America a country which protects human rights? (Morita)
8.1 Workers’ Rights Are Ignored by American Companies
8.2 American Executives Prefer Immediate Rewards
8.4 The Japanese Approach Can Be Used Worldwide
9 Let’s become a Japan that can say no (Morita)
9.1 Saying “No” Actually Represents a Deepening of Mutual Under- standing
9.2 National Characteristics Which Make It Difficult for the Japanese to Say “No”
10 Let’s not give in to America’s bluster (Ishihara)
10.1 Statesmen Ought to Make Best Use of All Available Cards
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Japan says no

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Published by: roberthen on Jan 15, 2013
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