ONE MAN’S JUSTICE, by Akira Yoshimura, translated by Mark Ealey. New York, San Diego and London: Harcourt, 2001, 276 pp., $23 (cloth)

In every society, even the most apparently open-minded, there are times when some questions become taboo. In the United States right now, such questions include anything that hints at American culpability in its recent dealings with other countries.

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