[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
For a Lasting Peace, For a People's Democracy, Bucha- rest organ of the Information Bureau of the Communist and Workers' Parties), January 6, 1950
organ of the Information Bureau of the Communist and Workers' Parties
For a Lasting Peace, For a People's Democracy
2
Nippon Kyosanto Ghuoiinkai Ajipurobu (Propaganda and Agitation Section of the Central Committee of the Commu¬ nist Party of Japan), no title (official history of the Com¬ munist Party of Japan), 1932, p. 23
3
S. Nosaka, "The Era of Susumu Okano," Rodo Hyoron, Tokyo, July1949, p. 22
Nosaka
July
22
Rodo Hyoron
1949
4
US Office of War Information, Yenan Report No. 10, September 8, 1944, p. 5. Italics in original
US Office of War Information
5
Yenan Report No. 10
1944
5
Susumu Okano (Nosaka), Chien-she Min-shu-ti Jih-pen (The Establishment of a Democratic Japan), May1945, pp. 32-35
Okano
May
32
Chien-she Min-shu-ti Jih-pen
1945
6
S. Nosaka, Nippon Minshuka no Tame ni (Toward the Democratization of Japan), Tokyo, 1948, p. 2. (Italics mine.— R.S.)
7
Ibid., pp. 198-99
Tokyo News Service, Ltd., Political Handbook of Japan, 1949, pp. 71-72
Tokyo News Service, Ltd.
71
Political Handbook of Japan
1949
8
S. Nosaka, Senryaku, Senjutsu no Shomondai (Strategy and Tactics), Tokyo, 1949, p. 99
9
Ibid., p. 255
10
Ibid., p. 99
11
S. Nosaka, "The Fundamental Tasks Ahead," Zenei, No. 42, September 1949, p. 4
Nosaka
42
4
Zenei
1949
12
Chuo Koron, Tokyo, January1949, p. 29
January
29
Chuo Koron
1949
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