The Japanese political system after 1955 A was marked by radical shifts between

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5) The Japanese political system after 1955 A) was marked by radical shifts between parties of the left and right.B) was typified by the dominance of socialism.C) revived many of the oligarchic features of earlier political tradition.D) was intent on the destruction of the big business combines.E) was characterized by the dominance of two major parties. 6) What was the weakness of the leadership of the Liberal Democratic Party in Japan in the 1980s? 7) Which of the following was NOT a feature of government involvement in Japanese industry? 8) Which of the following was NOT a factor in the amazing economic growth of Japan following the 1950s? 9) Which of the following represents a significant difference between Japanese and Western women in the later 20th century? A) Women in Japan participated actively in leisure activities with their husbands.B) Japanese women had higher rates of divorce than their Western counterparts.C) The Japanese feminist movement was confined to a small number of intellectuals.D) Japanese women concentrated less on domestic duties than women in the West.E) Women in Japan tended to marry very young but still did manage to make careers. 10) In what way was the Chinese Communist takeover of China different from the Bolshevik seizure of power in Russia? 185
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