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Dissolution of the Bund

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With the resignation of Prime Minister Kishi, the “season of politics” ended, and the Japanese were starting to face toward the “season of economics” with their energy poured into high rates of growth. The activists of the Bund had lost their goal and their way of thinking was in disarray.

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Fig. 11.1

(photo Kōichirō Kasagawa )

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    Kasagawa, Kōichirō, private correspondence (December 2007).

  2. 2.

    In his record of the times, Shima criticizes the Tōdai faction as sitting on the fence during the midst of the anti-Security Treaty struggles, and then suddenly mounting a leftist attack at the Bund general meeting. (Bunto shishi (Personal history of the Bund), Hihyōsha). But I think this is a misconception on Shima’s part.

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    The Tōdai faction critique of the Himeoka theory targeted item (3) in Footnote 10 of “Chap. 4: Reiji Himeoka.”

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Aoki, M. (2018). Dissolution of the Bund. In: Transboundary Game of Life. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-2757-5_11

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