The Success of the Japanese Shadow War Economy

While discussing a recent online debate concerning the relevance of violence in political change and the routing of these natural desires into inert fandoms, Dimes and Judas launch into a review of the landmark book “The Princes of Yen” by Richard Werner. Here they dissect the explosive growth of the Japanese economy in the 20th century as a product of centrally planned war economics, the power of the Japanese central bank, and the conspiracy within the financial leadership to revolutionize the economy through crisis.

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