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Unformatted text preview: 4) Japan a) By losing in WWII, it actually got much of what it was fighting for in WWII: regional power, rising economic power. It also got protection from the United States b) Janken Girls (1955) i) Americanization without America c) Close relationship between finance capital and industrial capital in the state d) Prospers in the Cold War as an ally of the United States 5) Immigration from Latin America a) There were no quotas for immigrants from Latin America b) Mexico was a source of much needed labor for the United States 6) La Paz, Bolivia a) Then Vice President Richard Nixon was welcomed in Bolivia in 1958 b) When he went to Caracas though, Nixon was not accepted but spat on i) People not happy that the United States had intervened against democracy, had stopped the Good Neighbor Policy...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course AMST 230 taught by Professor Sethfein during the Spring '08 term at Yale.
- Spring '08