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英語 長文の和訳を教えてください。

the nixon shocks the presidency of richard nixon can be used as a convenient starting point to mark a difficult period of adjustment to the increased power of japan. nixon's 1968 presidential election campaign had depended on strong support from the textile-producing southern states. in order to get those votes he promised to take a hard stand in favor of protectionist barriers against japanese textile imports--a promise carried out after his election. acrimonious negotiatiations between japan and the nixon administration continued for over two years and created negative feelings on both sides of the pacific. the nixon administration was also responsible for the return of okinawa and the nixon doctrine (which reduced the number of u.s. troops in asia). these two policies were in many ways beneficial to japanese,but together created doubt in the minds of many jpanese as to america's commitment to the security of japan. these doubts were increased in the summer of 1971 by the nixon shocks.

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こんにちは。ニクソンショックについて日本語で何か読んでおくと内容がわかりやすいと思います。 The presidency of Richard Nixon can be used as a convenient starting point to mark a difficult period of adjustment to the increased power of Japan. ニクソンの大統領の任期は日本の勢力を調整する困難な時期を示すのに便利な始発点として使われる。 Nixon's 1968 presidential election campaign had depended on strong support from the textile-producing southern states. ニクソンの1968年の大統領選の選挙活動は、繊維を生産する南部の州の強力な支持に頼っていた。 In order to get those votes he promised to take a hard stand in favor of protectionist barriers against japanese textile imports--a promise carried out after his election. 彼ら(支持してくれる南部の州)の票を獲得するために、ニクソンは、日本の繊維の輸入に対する保護貿易主義者の障壁を支持する強固姿勢をとることを約束した。約束は当選後果たされた。 Acrimonious negotiatiations between Japan and the Nixon administration continued for over two years and created negative feelings on both sides of the pacific. 日本とニクソン政権の間での激しい交渉は2年以上にわたって続き、両者(太平洋の両側→日本とアメリカのこと、つまり両者)に否定的な感情をもたらした。 The nixon administration was also responsible for the return of okinawa and the nixon doctrine (which reduced the number of u.s. troops in Asia). ニクソン政権はまた、沖縄返還とニクソン基本外交政策(アジアにおける米軍の数をへらすこと)に責任を持っていた。 These two policies were in many ways beneficial to Japanese, but together created doubt in the minds of many Japanese as to America's commitment to the security of Japan. それら二つの政策はさまざまな意味で日本人に有益であったが、同時に、日本の安全保障に対するアメリカの義務に関して、多くの日本人の心に疑念が生じた。

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