Government by Assassination

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Government by Assassination

By Hugh Byas
Knopf, 1942
369 pp. $3.00

The author spent the last quarter century in Japan, where he was correspondent for the New York Times, and is thus in a position to give a long-range view of Japanese conditions and institutions. Mr. Byas lays stress on the rôle of political assassination and the terrorism of ultra-patriotic groups in Japanese political life.

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