Yoshida's policy centered around the "Yoshida Doctrine", which emphasized Japan's economic recovery at the expense of independence in foreign affairs. Under Yoshida's rule, Japan began to rebuild its lost industrial infrastructure, relying on the United States for most of its defense. Much of this idea still governs Japan's politics and economy today.
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