Communist strategy in Japan, 1945-1960 [by] A. Rodger Swearingen.

by Rodger Swearingen

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A case study of the policies, platforms, and technisques employed and problems encountered by th Communist party in Japan from 1945 to 1960. The Memorandum does not attempt to assess the current prospects for Communism there, or to evaluate current Communist policies or practices. It provides historical perspective and background against which to assess events since 1960. Special attention is given to Communist efforts to use labor as a political weapon. A case study of the policies, platforms, and techniques employed and problems encountered by the Communist party in Japan from 1945 to 1960. The Memorandum does not attempt to assess the current prospects for Communism there, or to evaluate current Communist policies or practices. It provides historical perspective and background against which to assess events since 1960. Special attention is given to Communist efforts to use labor as a political weapon. 421 pp.

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