JAPAN IN THE PASSING LANE, An Insider's Account of Life in a Japanese Auto Factory,

By: Satoshi Kamata, with

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JAPAN IN THE PASSING LANE, An Insider's Account of Life in a Japanese Auto Factory, by Satoshi Kamata, with Introduction by Ronald Dore
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George Allen & Unwin, Boston & London - first English edition ISBN:0043381065, 1983. hardcover, 5¾" x 8½", with dust jacket. AS NEW book in AS NEW unclipped dust jacket. Responding to a 'want' ad, Japanese journalist Satoshi Kamata became a 'seasonal' worker on the Toyota assembly line. In vivid daily sketches, we meet his workmates, watch accidents occur, view the continual grind of forced overtime, sacrificed vacations, and the ferocious speed of the line itself. This book is one of the most cumulatively powerful tales on factory work ever written.

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