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How did changes that the U.S. made affect Japan's economy after World War II?

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How did changes that the U.S. made affect Japan's economy after World War II?

Japan After World War II:

After World War II ended in 1945, there were two countries that were superpowers in the world, the United States and the Soviet Union. Other countries, such as those in Eastern and Western Europe, as well as those in Asia, such as Japan, required rebuilding.

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The actions of the US following World War II affected Japan's economy by allowing it to grow. This is because shortly after WWII ended, the Cold War...

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