The Subversive Activities Prevention Law of Japan: Its Creation, 1951-52

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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
1
Chapter Two Phase I Drafting the SAPL 1951 Under Attorney General Ohashi
21
Chapter Three Drafting the SAPL Phase II 19511952 Under Attorney General Kimura
129
House of Representatives
207
House of Councillors
323
Chapter Six Conclusion
365
Chapter Seven Epilogue
379
Bibliography
405
Vitae
445
Index
447
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