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Richard J. Samuels

Japan's jujitsu leader

By Richard J. Samuels
June 28, 2006

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TEXTBOOKS TELL us that the Japanese manage but cannot lead. Their leaders avoid conflict, favoring consensus and cooperation. They conspire, but do not inspire. And, while there have been many powerful shoguns, it has been ages since Japan produced the equivalent of a Churchill or a de Gaulle. (Full article: 719 words)

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