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30 Controlling the workers Japan ' s post - war economic system as we know it
would not have been possible if a labour movement antagonistic to the purposes
of the industrial conglomerates had been allowed to organise the workers .
Crushing the mushrooms The Sangyo Hokokukai reorganisation of labour was to
a large extent inspired by the example of Nazi Germany and Mussolini ' s Italy . In
fact , the movement ' s most direct inspiration was a proposal adopted by the ...
Ikeda Makoto , ' Roshi kyocho seisaku no keisei : Naimusho shakaikyoku setchi
no igi ni tsuite ' [ Formation of policy for co - operation between management and
labour : the significance of Naimusho ' s social bureau ) , Nihon rodo kyokai ...
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