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Americans writing about Japan seem to fall into two camps: those who think the Japanese act according to very different rules than Americans, so that the apparent similarities between the two peoples actually mask deep cultural differences; and those who think that the Japanese and the Americans are really rather similar, so that the obvious cultural differences cover more deep-rooted continuities.

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1990

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