When The Wicked Rise: American Opinion Makers And The Manchurian Crisis Of 1931 1933
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When The Wicked Rise: American Opinion Makers And The Manchurian Crisis Of 1931 1933

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Many historians regard the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1931 as the opening shot of the Second World War. This careful examination of the American reaction to Japan's action is a study in decision making and public opinion. It analyzes the influence of public attitudes on the American attempt to respond to the crisis and concludes that despite stereotypes of an aloof...more
Unknown Binding, 188 pages
Published July 31st 1984 by Bucknell University Press
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