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Shukensha no ikari - Anpo toso no kiroku 主権者の怒りー安保斗争の記録 (Anger of the People - A Record of the Ampo Demonstrations)

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    • Shukensha no ikari - Anpo toso no kiroku 主権者の怒りー安保斗争の記録 (Anger of the People - A Record of the Ampo Demonstrations)
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    Photobook. One volume. First edition.

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    • 1960
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    The massive AMPO demonstrations that rocked the capital in the summer of 1960 went largely unmentioned by the mass media. The present is the rarest in a series of publications by left-wing groups and journalists to bring the events to wider public knowledge. Includes photographs by Hamaya Hiroshi, Tomatsu Shomei, Watanabe Yukichi, Kimura Ihei, and others. Very rare. Only two copies in OCLC. (Titus Boeder, 4/07)


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    • PB.135 (Photobook number)

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