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McNelly discusses drafting of the Japanese constitution during the American occupation. Focusing on Article 9's emphasis on the disarmament of Japan and the Emperor's status in the newly organized government. He explains the pervasive power of the Allies during the occupation through the various staff sections intended for humanitarian efforts and Americanization. McNelly discusses the importing of American culture because of the extensive Allied presence in the form of movie theaters, baseball, and jazz.
Japan--History--Allied occupation, 1945-1952 Japan--History--Allied occupation, 1945-1952--Personal narratives Japan--History, Military--1945- Japan--Politics and government--1945- Japan--Social conditions--1945- Japan--Politics and government--1945---Anecdotes Japan--Politics and government--1945---Congresses Japan--Politics and government--1945-1989--Decision making Emperors--Japan Constitutional conventions Constitutional history
Two 60 minute digital video 8mm cassettes recorded from three beta tapes