It worked in close contact with the police to break the miners strike in Totsige, and other strikes in factories in Kanegafuchi, tramway workers in Tokyo and tenant farmers in Gifu Prefecture. In this period it had about 10,000 members. Wesugisoon withdrew in 1927, and Takabatake supporters left following his death in 1928. Tōyama Mitsuru (頭山満), of the Black Dragon Society (黒龍会) was appointed honorary chairperson, and Nagat a former Police Chief vice-chair. Others of this new influx included Ikyhara, Kida, Sugimoto. Akao was director of the league, which organised gangs of strike breakers and in 1928 bombed the Soviet embassy. Their paper Nippon Syugi was virulently anti-communist with slogans such as "Death to Communism, to RussianBolshevism and to the Left parties and workers' unions".
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