Moral nation : modern Japan and narcotics in global history /
This trailblazing study examines the history of narcotics in Japan to explain the development of global criteria for political legitimacy in nations and empires in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Japan underwent three distinct crises of sovereignty in its modern history: in the 1890s, during...
University of California Press,
|Series:||Asia--local studies/global themes ;
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