Who was Makiguchi?
The Education Revolution
Winter 2002
As World War II raged on, [Tsunesaburo] Makiguchi found himself imprisoned in 1943 by the fascism-adherent military authorities in Japan — not for his educational beliefs, ironically, but because he and other scholars of the day refused to recognize the state-imposed version of Japan’s indigenous Shinto religion. By the time he was serving his wartime prison sentence, Makiguchi had outlived five of his own eight children.
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Index of Past Essays
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AN INTERVIEW WITH… VUSI KHUMALO | Japan Anti-Apartheid Committee - Osaka newsletter

1990

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MANDELA IN JAPAN (part 1) (part 2) | Japan Anti-Apartheid Committee - Osaka newsletter

1990

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AFTER MANDELA (part 1) (part 2) | Japan Anti-Apartheid Committee - Osaka newsletter

1991

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THE USE OF THE WEB IN INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING (part 1) (part 2) | REALNews webmagazine

1997

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HIGH DRAMA OF INJUSTICE IN KABUTOYAMA CASE  | Asahi Evening News (unpublished)

1998

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COMPASSION  | Kansai Time Out magazine

2001

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IRAQ WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL HELD IN JAPAN  | Independent Media Center

2004

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IRAQIS TESTIFY AT WAR CRIMES TRIBUNAL IN JAPAN (part 1) (part 2)  | Independent Media Center

2004

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AN APPEAL FOR ARTICLE 9  | Independent Media Center

2005

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AMERICA’S ‘PEACE SOLDIERS’  | アメリカの市民生活』

2005

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「愛国心」に隠されているもの | 条連ニュース

2006

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憲法9条に向けたアピール | 条連 近畿 10年の歩み』

2006

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THE DAY THE FOREIGNERS LEFT (part 1) (part 2) | (unpublished)

2008

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「戦争する国」アメリカと、日本の憲法9条日本語(English) | speech text

2008

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WAR IN IRAQ — ‘We Don’t Do Body Counts’  | Days International (unpublished)

2011

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「空飛ぶ恥」オスプレイ | 条連ニュース

2013

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ONE SIMPLE BREATH  最期のひと息 | A Voice for Animals newsletter

2015