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|Named Person:||Saburō Ienaga; Saburō Ienaga; Saburo Ienaga; Saburō Ienaga; Saburō Ienaga|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
家永三郎, 1913-2002. ; Saburō Ienaga; Richard H Minear
|ISBN:||0742509885 9780742509887 0742509893 9780742509894|
|Description:||x, 203 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Recollection from infancy --
Education in the period of Taishô democracy and its effect on me --
Drawn to history : recollections of middle school --
A Copernican revolution in my intellectual life --
Student life after the extinction of the student movement --
My life as a scholar, begun in the era of the "Dark Valley" --
My state of mind in the period immediately after the defeat --
The beginning of the reverse course and the maturing of my social consciousness --
To the filing of the textbook lawsuits --
The textbook trials and the struggle at Tokyo University of Education.
|Series Title:||Asian voices.|
|Other Titles:||Ichi rekishi gakusha no ayumi.|
|Responsibility:||Ienaga Saburo ; translated and introduced by Richard H. Minear.|
Out of one man's frailty of health and youthful failure to resist aggressive war came a lifetime of courageous protest against the power of the state to control freedom of thought in postwar Japan.