The Subversive Activities Prevention Law of Japan: Its Creation, 1951-52
BRILL, 16 dec. 2009 - 472 pagina's
This publication is the first analysis in English on how the Subversive Activities Prevention Law (SAPL) was drafted and debated, supported and opposed, using the 20+ drafts of the law, and the subsequent deliberations concerning the proposed law in the Houses of Representatives and Councillors. A short epilogue - since over 50 years have elapsed since the law was initially enacted in 1952 - analyzes the implementation of the law during these years. The Subversive Activities Prevention Law of Japan, Its Creation, 1951-1952 will be of particular interest to those studying the Allied Occupation of Japan, the Japanese political and legislative process and its internal security laws.
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Chapter One The Context
Chapter Two Phase I Drafting the SAPL 1951 Under Attorney General Ohashi
Chapter Three Drafting the SAPL Phase II 19511952 Under Attorney General Kimura
House of Representatives
House of Councillors
Chapter Six Conclusion
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