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This front matter of this book The Subversive Activities Prevention Law of Japan : its creation, 1951-52 contains the table of contents, acknowledgements, abbreviations, and introduction. This book is a study on the Japan Social Democratic Party (SDP) and its role in the struggle against the enactment of the Subversive Activities Prevention Law (SAPL) of 1952, commonly known as the Haboho. The purpose of this study is to analyze the interactions between a few occupation officials and a few Japanese government officials concerning a draft SAPL, the Japanese governmental process through which the draft SAPL was created, to describe the various forces in and out of the Cabinet and the internal bureaucratic security apparatus that buffeted this process as the draft evolved, the collision of the political, economic and social forces in and out of the Diet as the Cabinet considered the draft SAPL.

Keywords: Haboho; Japan Social Democratic Party (SDP); Subversive Activities Prevention Law (SAPL)



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