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The Power Path

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Nakahama Manjirō started life as a fisherboy, but fate cast him from his Japanese village into the arms of the West where he became known as John Mung. Educated at Harvard University, he returned to Japan to become the beacon the feudal country needed to step wholly onto the world scene politically as well as economically. War, intrigue, and romance guided Mung's footsteps, which in turn shaped history.

From fisherboy to Japan's Great Elder, John Mung's efforts for his people changed the face of the world. This four book collection follows those crossroads.

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