Maybe Six Can Wrestle Japan To The Trade MatDouglas Harbrecht and Paul Magnusson
Even Bill Clinton couldn't quite believe it. At a hastily called White House meeting on June 29, the President and his Japan-hands erupted in belly laughs over the strange turn of events in Tokyo: Tomiichi Murayama, leader of Japan's eadfly Socialist Party, had just become the fourth Japanese head of government in a year. "Gee," Clinton chortled, "and I didn't even get a chance to meet the last Prime Minister."
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