Japan

The origins of socialist thought in Japan - John Crump

Socialism first gained a major foothold in Japan after the revolution and the subsequent Meiji restoration of 1868. Against the background of the rapid development of capitalism in Japan after the revolution, and the accompanying emergence of the working class, this study shows how early Japanese socialists drew on both Western influences and elements from traditional Japanese culture. This book made an original contribution to the study of Japan in the 1980s, its unique perspective shines a bright light on debates still relevant today.

Hatta Shūzō and Pure Anarchism in Interwar Japan - John Crump

A pioneering study of Japanese 'pure anarchism' between the wars focused on its principal theoretician, Hatta Shuzo.

Pri la situacio de laboristoj en funebra kompanio en Japanio

Artikolo pri la laborkondiĉo en la funebro industrio en Japanio.

Industrial Solidarity (April 7, 1923)

The April 7, 1923 (New Series, Whole Number 231) issue of Industrial Solidarity, a newspaper produced out of Chicago by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) from 1921-1931.

Resistance Vol. 11, No. 1 (August 1953)

The Vol. 11, No. 1 (August 1953) issue of Resistance, an anarchist publication produced out of New York.

Historio de la naciisma ideologio en Japanio: Tetu Makino

Teksto de prelego farita la 2003-10-25/26 ĉe la SAT-kunveno en Kaga, Japanio memore al la bonvenigo de k-do Kreŝimir Barkoviĉ

International Council Correspondence Volume 1, Number 7

The Volume 1, Number 7 (April 1935) issue of International Council Correspondence.

Three Japanese anarchists: Kotoku, Osugi and Yamaga - Victor Garcia

Excellent pamphlet looking at the history of the Japanese anarchist movement, and in particular the lives (and deaths, in the two former cases) of Shūsui Kōtoku, Osugi Sakae and Taiji Yamaga.

Workers' struggles in East Asia (June 2014)

Striking workers outside the Li Kyant Footwear Factory in Yangon, Myanmar

Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around East Asia during June 2014 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.