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Japan, Inc.’s shaky future

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Curbing hostile takeovers

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Opportunity’s knock

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Saving the crusade

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The surprising seventies

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A warning to the rich white world

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Everybody’s no. 1 problem

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The romantic generation

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American directions

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Martyrs unlimited

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If I were a company president

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Japan tries for a second miracle

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The new European nationalists

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