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This index presents a list of ancient author names or terms that occur in this book titled The Subversive Activities Prevention Law of Japan. The subversive activities prevention law (SAPL) is to be the centerpiece for maintaining internal security in the new independent Japan. It turned out to be an extremely controversial law that was vociferously opposed by the political opposition in and out of the Diet in light of the prewar history, surrounding how such internal security laws were implemented by the state security apparatus.

Keywords: independent Japan; subversive activities prevention law (SAPL)



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