Pedagogy of Democracy re-interprets the U.S. occupation of Japan from to as a problematic instance of Cold War feminist mobilization rather than a successful democratization of Japanese women as previously argued. On August 15, , World War II came to an end with Japan’s unconditional surrender. General Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP), flew from the Philippines to Japan with a mission to occupy and demilitarize the defeated nation. Beate Sirota Gordon’s.
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