By Patricia L. Maclachlan
Offering comparisons to the U.S. and Britain, this ebook examines Japan's postwar customer safety move. equipped mostly by way of and for housewives and spurred via significant instances of expense gouging and product illness, the move resulted in the passage of uncomplicated customer safety laws in 1968. even if a lot of the tale issues the recognized "iron triangle" of huge company, nationwide bureaucrats, and conservative celebration politics, Maclachlan takes a broader viewpoint. She issues to the significance of job on the neighborhood point, the function of minority events, the restricted software of the courts, and where of legal professionals and teachers in offering entry to strength. those light social concepts have led to an important volume of client protection.
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