By J. Davidann
The seeds of the Pacific battle are available scattered during the interwar interval. This examine of unofficial international relations from 1919-1941 illuminates reasons deeply rooted and infrequently ignored in explaining the trail to conflict: cultural perceptions on either side, the pivotal function of public opinion, and the deterioration of Japanese-American family members on either the person and the cultural degrees.
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By the early 1930s Eddy had written several books about the region. He showed a talent for turning notes from his tours into books very rapidly, and excelled at public speaking, so he soon rose to the leadership ranks of the missionary movement. In addition to his books, Eddy spent many hours in church basements throughout America relating his travels and ideas, and he became very influential in framing Japan and East Asia to the American public. -Japanese relations. He visited Japan in 1922 and found that while industrialism had created profound strains, Japan was making great strides.
However, the distinction that King-Hall drew between Japanese Shintoism-militarism and Japanese democracy oversimplified the situation. In 1925, the year that King-Hall published his book pointing to Japanese autocracy, the Japanese moved to universal manhood franchise, enabling all adult Japanese males to vote for the first time in Japanese history. In fact the move to militarism in Japan later in the 1930s was not characterized by the destruction of democracy. Elections continued and governments rose and fell even during World War II.
This indicates the weakness of these organizations. 32 Japanese liberals wanted internationalism to work but were skeptical of the League and postwar internationalist rhetoric. Given the experiences of the Japanese with Western diplomacy such as the Triple Intervention in 1895, their hesitancy is understandable.