8/8/2005

Over the past 60 years, textbooks in Japan shifted in their treatment of the country's aggressive acts during World War II, as society debated how best to nurture patriotism yet prevent the militarism that fueled the conflict. According to professor Wang Zhixin, the current feud over the government's approval of a revisionist textbook shows some Japanese are still in denial over what their country did during the war.

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The Japan Times

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