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Green Politics in Japan

Series: Routledge Japanese Studies

By: Lam Peng-Er

226 pages, Figs, tabs

Routledge

Hardback | Dec 1999 | #93336 | ISBN: 0415199387
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NHBS Price: £105.00 $132/€125 approx

About this book

Reveals that green issues have yet to displace the traditional urban politics of post-industrial Japan.


Contents

Preface.L Tables.L Figures.L 1. Introduction 2. The Liberal Democratic Party and Urban Political Machines 3. The Liberal Democratic Party's Quest for Local Policy-Making Party Organization 4. The Japanese Communist Party: Organization and Resilience 5. Social Movements and the Seikatsu Club 6. Origins of the Seikatsu Club 7. Seikatsu Club: Idelology and Organization 8. The Network Movement: A Japanese Green Party? 9. The Seikatsu Club and NET: Problems and Prospects 10. Conclusion.L Bibliography.L Interviews.L Index

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