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tance of international ranking to the Japanese, see Herbert Passin, “Socio-cultural Factors in the Japanese Perception of International Order,” Japan Institute of International Affairs, Annual Review 5 (1969–1970), 52–58. 10. Japan’s military participation in World War I is detailed in Charles B. Burdick, This content downloaded from 64.247.167.194 on Mon, 22 Oct 2018 13:58:50 UTC All use subject to
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