Organizing the Spontaneous: Citizen Protest in Postwar Japan
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264pp. May 2001
Organizing the Spontaneous: Citizen Protest in Postwar Japan
Author: Sasaki-Uemura, Wesley;
In 1960 millions of Japanese citizens took to the streets for months of protest against the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty (Anpo) and its forcible ratification by the Kishi government. In the decades that followed, the Anpo era citizens' movements exerted a m
"Wonderful" --Pacific Affairs 75 (2002)

"The combination of breadth and depth in this book is impressive." --Journal of Asian Studies, August 2003

"Japan today is fundamentally reassessing the nature of its politics, constitutional rule,

Author: Sasaki-Uemura, Wesley;
Wesley Sasaki-Uemura is associate professor of Japanese history at the University of Utah.
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