Rovere, Richard H.
June 1960
New Yorker;6/25/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 19, p85
The article comments the relations between Japan and the United States citing the bankruptcy of Japan under Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi. United States President Dwight E. Eisenhower visited the country and was warmly welcomed by the Prime Minister but was also greeted by anti-American rioters in Tokyo.


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