BiBliograPhy
archival sites
Japanese Foreign Ministry Archives (Gaikōshiryōkan), Tokyo.
National Archives at College Park Maryland.
National Diet Library, Constitution and Politics (Kensei) Section, Tokyo.
National Diet Library, Rare Book Room, Tokyo.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
works
Abe Hiroyuki. 2005. Ishiwara Kanji. Hōsei Bungaku Shuppankyoku.
Abel, Jonathan. 2005. “Pages Crossed: Tracing Literary Casualties in Transwar
Japan and the United States.” PhD diss., Princeton University.
Adachi Kinnosuke. 1925. Manchuria: A Survey. New York: R.M. McBride.
Adorno, Theodor W. and Horkheimer, Max. 1972. “Enlightenment as Mass De-
ception,” in The Dialectic of Enlightenment. Trans. John Cumming. New York:
Herder and Herder.
Agamben, Giorgio. 1995. Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life. Trans. Daniel
Heller- Roazen. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.
———. State of Exception. 2005. Trans. Kevin Attel. Chicago: University of Chi-
cago Press.
Akagami Yoshitsuge. 1931. Ryōki no shakaisō. Shinchōsha.
Akita Masami. 1994. Sei no ryōki modan. Aōkyūsha.
Amano Motonosuke. 1932. “Manshū keizai no hattatsu.” Mantetsu Chōsa Geppō
12, no. 7: 13–41.
Andō Hikotarō. 1965. Mantetsu: Nihon teikokushugi to Chūgoku. Iwanami Shoten.
Aoyagi Tsunatorō. 1923. Chōsen tōchiron. Keijō: Chōsen Kenkyūkai.
Arahara Bokusui. 1966. Dai uyokushi. Dai Nihon Kokumintō.
Arai Toshio and Fujiwara Akira, eds. 1999. Shiryaku no shōgen. Iwanami Shoten.
Aramata Hiroshi et al. 1993. Minakata Kumagusu. Kawade Shobō.
Arrighi, Giovanni. 2007. Adam Smith in Beijing: Lineages of the Twenty- First Cen-
tury. London: Verso.
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