Dictionary of the Modern Politics of Japan

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1 Types of attitude exhibited by theorists xxii
2 Characteristics of Japanese politics identified by theorists xxiii
3 Former and new ministries and agencies 4
4 Results of the 1990 elections in the first district of Fukushima 52
5 Allocation of seats to the 11 regions 53
6 Renewed seats in two consecutive elections 54
7 Distribution of prefectural members 55
8 Votes for party and votes for candidates, House of Councillors PR constituency, July 2001 elections 56
9 House of Councillors elections, 20 April 1947 60
10 House of Councillors elections, 4 June 1950 61
11 House of Councillors elections, 24 April 1953 61
12 House of Councillors elections, 8 July 1956 62
13 House of Councillors elections, 2 June 1959 62
14 House of Councillors elections, 1 July 1962 63
15 House of Councillors elections, 15 July 1965 63
16 House of Councillors elections, 13 June 1968 63
17 House of Councillors elections, 27 June 1971 64
18 House of Councillors elections, 7 July 1974 64
19 House of Councillors elections, 10 July 1977 65
20 House of Councillors elections, 22 June 1980 65
21 House of Councillors elections, 26 June 1983 66
22 House of Councillors elections, 6 July 1986 66
23 House of Councillors elections, 23 July 1989 67
24 House of Councillors elections, 26 July 1992 68
25 House of Councillors elections, 23 July 1995 69
26 House of Councillors elections, 12 July 1998 69
27 House of Councillors elections, 29 July 2001 70
28 Elections for the House of Representatives, 1946-55 72
29 Elections for the House of Representatives, 1958-76 74
30 Elections for the House of Representatives, 1979-93 75

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