By W. David Marx
In Ametora, cultural historian W. David Marx lines the japanese assimilation of yankee type during the last hundred and fifty years, exhibiting how eastern trendsetters and marketers mimicked, tailored, imported, and finally perfected American sort, dramatically reshaping not just Japan's tradition but in addition our personal within the process.
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