Introduction: Race in U.S.-Japanese Relations 1. The International Framework for Postwar Japanese-American Racism 2. Race and Culture: Person to Person 3. Racial Equality, Minorities, and the Japanese Constitution 4. Japanese Overseas Emigration 5. The Problem of Miscegenation Epilogue: The Aftermath-The Lesson of the Occupation
This pathbreaking study is the first to explore the issue of racism in U.S.-Japanese relations. With access to unexplored sources in both Japanese and English, Koshiro is able to create a truly international and cross-cultural study of history and international relations.
Yukiko Koshiro is a visiting scholar at Williams College and the East Asian Institute at Columbia University. She is associate editor of the Journal of American-East Asian Relations.
A bold exploration of the difficult subject of American and Japanese racist attitudes. Foreign Affairs