Henry A. Wallace’s Criticism of America’s Atomic Monopoly, 1945-1948 by Mayako Shimamoto
Ohio Wesleyan University
James Peoples, Ohio Wesleyan University
Jim Peoples is Professor of Anthropology at Ohio Wesleyan University. He is the author of Island in Trust (1985) and coauthor of Humanity: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, a textbook now in its 9th edition. With a research focus on cultures of the Pacific Islands, Jim has conducted anthropological fieldwork on a small Micronesian island, where he studied the impact of American subsidies on the islands agricultural and cash economy. He also co-authored Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (1999) and Essentials of Cultural Anthropology (2nd ed., 2011). He has written numerous articles for professional journals and scholarly monographs, including one translated into Chinese in 2008.
Peoples, J. (2018). Henry A. Wallace’s Criticism of America’s Atomic Monopoly, 1945-1948 by Mayako Shimamoto. Japan Studies Association Journal, 15(1), 206-208. Retrieved from https://ojs.phoebusmediagroup.com/index.php/jsaj/article/view/56