Patricia L. Maclachlan is Associate Professor in the Departments of Government, and Asian Studies, College of Liberal Arts.
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Maclachlan analyzes the institutions, interest groups, and leaders involved in the evolution of Japan’s postal system from the early Meiji period until 2010. At the crux of her analysis is Prime Minister Koizumi Jun’ichiro’s crusade to privatize Japan’s postal services, one of the most astonishing political achievements in postwar Japanese history.
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