Nagoya Anarchists

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The Nagoya Anarchists were a group of anarchists in Nagoya, Japan that included Bin Akao(赤尾敏) (1899 -1990) and Susumu Fukuda(福田進). In 1918 they joined the Rousoukai(老壮会), The Society for Old Combatants. A group that gravitated towards ultranationalism, they became monarchists but retained a fierce anti-capitalist viewpoint, becoming state socialists and national socialists. They were primarily active amongst students. With Shinkichi Uesugi(上杉慎吉)(1878-1929) and Motoyuki Takabatake(高畠素之) (1886-1928), they formed the Kenkokukai(建国会), The League of State Construction(経綸学盟).