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Manga Decries Plans for Human Rights Bill

Saturday, June 17, 2006 Posted: 06:33 AM JST

Earlier this year a propaganda manga was published to scare people into protesting against plans for a law to safeguard human rights in Japan. Naturalized Japanese Kaoru Miki has translated the manga into English and added comments by human rights activist Debito Arudou, also a naturalized Japanese. This is recommended reading.

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