no options provided, here,but the answer to this question is often: a historian cites a japanese newspaper article published a year after the end of world war ii in order to draw conclusions about the effect of the war on the japanese economy.
clearly from the answer, the historian alludes to historical sources,and records to aid in analyzing and drawing conclusion on the effect of the war on the economy of japan.
living during the great depression had a major affect on the mentality many people. a good portion of people who lived during that time do not trust banks. this is likely the result of the many widespread bank failures in the 30s that caused people to lose their life savings.