|Introduction: "The Day of Infamy"||p. 1|
|The Documents||p. 13|
|Washington Discussions on China and the Tripartite (Axis) Pact||p. 41|
|Discussing Plan B||p. 52|
|Discarding the Modus Vivendi||p. 69|
|The Hull Note||p. 73|
|Japan's View of the Hull Note||p. 79|
|Japan's December 7 Note||p. 95|
|Introduction: Pearl Harbor in Global Context||p. 113|
|The Essays||p. 125|
|Japan's Decision to "Go South"||p. 125|
|The Petroleum Question||p. 136|
|Ambassador Joseph C. Grew and the U.S.-Japanese Crisis||p. 147|
|Pearl Harbor as an Intelligence Failure||p. 158|
|The Chinese-Japanese War||p. 170|
|China and U.S.-Japanese Relations||p. 184|
|The British Perspective||p. 194|
|The Indonesian Perspective||p. 207|
|The German Perspective||p. 219|
|The Soviet Perspective||p. 230|
|Chronology of Events Related to Pearl Harbor and the Coming of the Pacific War (1931-1941)||p. 242|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 245|
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