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The Subversive Activities Prevention Law of Japan [electronic resource] : its creation, 1951-52 / by Cecil H. Uyehara.

By: Uyehara, Cecil H.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Brill's Japanese studies library: v. 33.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston, Mass. : Brill, 2010Description: 1 online resource (xv, 454 p.).ISBN: 9789004181014 (electronic bk.); 9004181016 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Subversive activities -- Japan | Internal security -- Japan | Internal security | Japan | Subversive activities | Law | LAW -- Criminal Law -- GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Subversive Activities Prevention Law of Japan.DDC classification: 345.52/0231 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction -- The context -- Phase I, Drafting the SAPL, 1951, under Attorney General �Ohashi -- Drafting the SAPL, Phase II, 1951-1952, under Attorney General Kimura -- Diet deliberations : House of Representatives -- Phase IV, diet deliberations : House of Councillors -- Conclusion -- Epilogue.
Summary: The Subversive Activities Prevention Law (SAPL) was the last major controversial law to be drafted at the end of the Allied Occupation of Japan (1945-1952) which was managed and controlled by General Headquarters (GHQ) under U.S. General MacArthur and was enacted into law after Japan had regained its formal independence in 1952. Soon after the Occupation began, prewar Japanese internal security laws were ordered abolished by the Occupation. Now that Japan would be re-gaining its independence in 1952, there was urgency to creating a new integrated national internal security law to fill the vacu.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [405]-443) and index.

Introduction -- The context -- Phase I, Drafting the SAPL, 1951, under Attorney General �Ohashi -- Drafting the SAPL, Phase II, 1951-1952, under Attorney General Kimura -- Diet deliberations : House of Representatives -- Phase IV, diet deliberations : House of Councillors -- Conclusion -- Epilogue.

The Subversive Activities Prevention Law (SAPL) was the last major controversial law to be drafted at the end of the Allied Occupation of Japan (1945-1952) which was managed and controlled by General Headquarters (GHQ) under U.S. General MacArthur and was enacted into law after Japan had regained its formal independence in 1952. Soon after the Occupation began, prewar Japanese internal security laws were ordered abolished by the Occupation. Now that Japan would be re-gaining its independence in 1952, there was urgency to creating a new integrated national internal security law to fill the vacu.

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