Relates to philosophy and economics. Includes printed synopsis.
Japanese social activist and philosopher. Okamoto Rikichi established Kigyō Rikken Kyōkai in 1919 and Shōhisha Kumiai Kamedo
Kyōdōsha, consumers’ cooperative in Kamedo, which developed into Kantō Shōhisha Kumiai (Kantō Consumers’ cooperative). He
advocated for return to farming and Shintoism.
1 manuscript box
(0.5 linear feet)
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