Rag Time

Rosin, Hanna
May 2002
New Republic;5/13/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 18, p42
Presents an article about the national stereotypes in Japan and its economy as of May 2002. Signs of the Japanese recession; Reason for the popularity of the Japanese form of gambling called pachinko; Concerns raised by Japanese baby boomers about their children; Response of the Japanese to foreign influence.


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