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Published by Guardian-Juche Publications in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Socialism -- Korea, North.,
  • Korea, North -- Politics and government.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Translation of Ilbon chŏngchi iron chapchi Sekai pyŏnjip kukchang kwa han tamhwa.

StatementKim Il Sung.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS935.5
The Physical Object
Pagination20p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19278059M

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It was only at the onset of the Tokugawa period () that formal political thought emerged in Japan. Prior to that time Japanese scholars had concentrated, rather, on questions of legitimacy and authority in historical writing., producing a stream of works. Brownlee’s illuminating study describes twenty of these important historical works commencing with Kojiki () and Nihon Shoki. Talk of the Great Leader Comrade Kim Il-song With the Editor in Chief of the Japanese Politico-Theoretical Magazine SEKAI published in article entitled "»SEKAI' Editor Interviews Kim Il-song," in FBIS ASIA and PACIFIC DAILY REPORT, Vol IV, No 97, 18 pp D1-D - b -.   Editor-in-Chief. TANAKA Akihiko, Ph.D. President, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) Former Professor of the University of Tokyo and President of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Born in   Kitaoka is a Trustworthy Guide to Political History One of the most difficult aspects of post-Tokugawa Japanese history is politics. The intricacies are evident from the Meiji elder statesmen to the formation of political parties, through the wrangling of ministers and ministries and the behind-the-scenes horse-trading that led to — or kept Japan out of — various conflicts and wars.

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