Japanese People's Emancipation League
Japanese People’s Emancipation League
This pamphlet offers a fascinating look at the history of the Japanese Peoples Emancipation League, a left-wing political movement that emerged in Japan during the tumultuous years of the early 20th century. With detailed information on the League's leadership, organizational structure, and political goals, this pamphlet provides valuable insight into the history of Japanese democracy and social justice movements. A must-read for anyone interested in the history of Japanese politics and social movements.
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