Collected Writings of J.A.A. Stockwin: The Politics and Political Environment of Japan

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NOTES
1.
T.J. Pempel and K. Tsunekawa, 'Corporatism without Labor? The Japanese Anomaly', in P.C. Schmitter and G. Lehmbruch, Trends towards Corporatist Intermediation, Sage, Beverly Hills and London, 1979.
2.
See Table 5.
3.
Japanese names are given here in their correct order, with the surname first and the personal name second.
4.
Since July 1972 Japan has had the following prime ministers: Tanaka Kakuei: 7th July 1972-9th December 1974 (2 years, 5 months)

Miki Takeo: 9th December 1974-24th December 1976 (2 years, ½ month)

Fukuda Takeo: 24th December 1976-7th December 1978 (1 year, 11½ months)

Ohira Masayoshi: 7th Decembcr 1978-12th June 1980 (1 year, 6 months)

Suzuki Zenko: 17th July 1980-

5.
Since the revelations of his involvement in the Lockheed scandals, Tanaka had sat in Parliament as an Independent, but his influence within the LDP and the degree of control over his faction remained, and remains, large.
6.
The non-confidence motion censured the Ohira Government for its economic policies, principally the sharp rises in public utility charges, for its failure to tackle corrpution in high places, and for the Prime Minister's agreement at his meeting with President Carter to make increases in defence spending.
7.
Yomiuri Shimbun, 11 June 1980.
8.
'When there is a vacancy in the post of Prime Minister, or upon the convocation of the Diet after a general election, the Cabinet shall resign en masse.'
9.
Yomiuri Shimbun, 17 May 1980.
10.
Ibid.
11.
Yomiuri Shimbun, 21 May 1980.
12.
Chuo Koron, September 1980, pp. 108-9. Yomiuri Shimbun, 17 May 1980.
13.
Chuo Koron, loc. cit.
14.
Yomiuri Shimbun, 19 May 1980.
15.
Ibid., 21 May 1980.
16.
Ibid.
17.
Asahi Shimbun, 23, 24, 25 June 1980.
18.
See Table 5.

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