Following the LDP's landslide victory in the 2012 general election, he became the first former prime minister to return to the office since Shigeru Yoshida
The possibility of communist insurrection and Soviet invasion led Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida
to declare the situation a gift by the "Grace of Heaven" (p.
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chosen by Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida
gave rise to resentment of Japan's subservience to the U.
Aso, one of the wealthiest Japanese politicians, is a veritable blueblood 6 indeed, he is the grandson of legendary Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida
, who steered Japan in the post-World War II period.
He is the grandson of Shigeru Yoshida
, one of Japan's most influential prime ministers who helped rebuild the country from the ashes of World War II, and he is married to the daughter of another former premier.
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A grandson of former Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida
, Aso has a strong political pedigree.
Abe will be the second man to serve twice as premier in post-World War II Japan, after Aso's grandfather Shigeru Yoshida
in the 1940s and 1950s.
Among those Packard most admired are Shigeru Yoshida
for his ''farsighted vision of what Japan needed in 1945,'' his personal friend, Yasuhiro Nakasone, who cultivated a solid relationship with former President Ronald Regan, and Junichiro Koizumi, who courageously became an ''agent of change.
Speaking on the campaign trail near Tokyo on Wednesday, he was reported by Japanese media to have recalled advice once given to his grandfather, Shigeru Yoshida
, by Japan's last wartime prime minister.
They installed the quintessentially capitalist Shigeru Yoshida
as Prime Minister; Yoshida promptly shut down the planning apparatus, and Japanese voters ratified the change.