To Dream of Dreams: Religious Freedom and Constitutional Politics in Postwar Japan
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312pp. May 1996
To Dream of Dreams: Religious Freedom and Constitutional Politics in Postwar Japan
Author: O'Brien, David M.; Ohkoshi, Yasuo;
Honorable Mention, C. Herman Pritchett Prize, American Poli. Sci. Assoc.

Prior to World War II, State Shinto, which was centered on the worship of the emperor and Yasukuni Shrine's cult of war dead, was established in support of the government and militarism. Since the end of the Occupation, Japanese conservatives have sought
"A sophisticated work that challenges categories of naïve historical, cultural, and political thinking." --American Political Science Review
Author: O'Brien, David M.; Ohkoshi, Yasuo;



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