Additional Resources for Shogun by James Clavell

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Alden, Daunl, The Making of an Enterprise: The Society of Jesus in Portugal, ItsEmpire, andBeyond. 1540-1750, Stanford University Press, 1996

Daunl Alden's The Making of an Enterprise tells how the Jesuits were instrumental in the consolidation of the Portuguese Empire First for Portugal and then for the Spanish, the Jesuits perfected the technique of colonial exploitation to the benefit of the investors and the Church

Rand, Ayn, Atlas Shrugged, Plume, 1999

Clavell believed in the philosophy of Objectivism This philosophy was codified by Ayn Rand in Atlas Shrugged, originally published in 1957, as a theory holding that all individuals operate out of self-mter-est This theory is explicated m the story of Dagny Taggart's encounter with a libertarian group seeking an end to government regulation

Roberson, John R, Japan Meets the World' The Birth of a Superpower, Millbrook Press, 1998.

Roberson details the Japan's interaction with the world from the...

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