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August 24th, 2010
Episode 466 of 1250 episodes
Three years in a Zen temple taught Jake Adelstein the core virtues of Japanese society, such as reciprocity, and the police beat at Tokyo newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun showed him its vices--the far-reaching powers of the Yakuza, Japan's organized criminal underworld.