TOKYO Japan - In the end Naoto Kan's re-election on Sept. 14 as head of the Democratic Party of Japan and hence as prime minister was more straightforward than most expected. But the onus must now be on a leader who has been criticized in his first three months in office for failing to exhibit outstanding leadership qualities - and with the challenges to his administration piling up rapidly . . .
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