Published 1975 by Center for Korean Studies, Western Michigan University in (Kalamazoo) .
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|Statement||edited by C. I. Eugene Kim, Doretha E. Mortimore.|
|Contributions||Kim, C. I. Eugene., Mortimore, Doretha E., Western Michigan University. Center for Korean Studies.|
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Center for Korean Studies.;]. The Japanese version, published on Novemis subtitled "The Root of Japan-South Korea Crisis" (日韓危機の根源).
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