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Socialism Japan almost became a socialist country in the early 1950’s Still today the socialist values pervade the education system

Children are taught everyone is equal and has to be treated equally Giving rise to “averaging syndrome” which leaches spontaneity from our society

Capitalism Necessary evil to let country exist in international trading system

Capitalists are deviants or curiosities – Tsutsui, Horie, Mikitani Only just now becoming role models

Conflict

Basic conflict exists between inner socialist values and external capitalist needs Employees “struggle/suffer” for their company brothers

Chairman and senior management allowed to exist outside socialist framework by virtue of deification (witness “Sensei” being common term) Senior management become priests of the “Order of the Chairman”

Modern Influences

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