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Author Duke, Benjamin C

Title Japan's militant teachers a history of the left-wing teachers' movement [by] Benjamin C. Duke
Published Honolulu, University Press of Hawaii [1973]


Description 1 online resource (xvi, 236 pages)
Series An East-West Center book
Contents Part I. Origins of the left-wing teachers' movement, 1919-1947 -- The prewar movement : the birth of left-wing traditions -- The postwar rebirth (1945) : freedom of association -- Struggles for economic survival (1946-1947) : champions of democratic education -- Part II. The Japan Teachers Union : twenty years of militancy, 1947-1967 -- The rise and fall of Communist leadership (1947-1951) : SCAP's reverse course -- Obsession with ideology (1951-1956) : government revisions and a reemergence of the radical left -- Violent encounter with the government (1957-1961) : the battle for union leadership -- Economic struggles (1962-1967) : the return to original goals -- Part III. Militancy -- Militancy : an analysis of the causes -- Appendix : selected documents
Notes "An East-West Center book."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Nihon Kyōshokuin Kumiai -- History
SUBJECT Nihon Kyōshokuin Kumiai fast
Subject Teachers -- Political activity -- Japan
HISTORY -- Asia -- Japan.
Teachers -- Political activity
Genre/Form History
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9780824880811