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In this sense, the fundamental problem for Sakamoto is whether or not an individual can choose to sacrifice his or her individual value (life) for a general value (freedom or independence). 35 The fear of the Danwakai was that, even in the new Japan, political leaders who exalted a value at the expense of peace again may lead the nation into war in the name of the pursuit of that value, as had already happened. As a result, the people would be forced into the position of being either aggressors or victims.
This does not mean, however, that these two strands of heiwa shisō are incompatible; rather, they are complementary. In this sense, ‘peace thought’ and ‘peace idea’ are both important in order to understand the characteristics of the Danwakai’s heiwa shisō. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE GROUP’S PEACE THOUGHT The two strands of heiwa shisō discussed above are intertwined in the Danwakai’s statements on peace and security. Three characteristics of the Group’s thinking warrant our atttention: (1) subjective commitment; (2) the necessity and possibility of ‘peaceful coexistence’ and ‘unarmed neutrality’; (3) prioritizing peace as a value.
The war-weary masses supported them overwhelmingly. Under the leadership of the United States, demilitarization had been pushed forward in the immediate years after defeat in four different dimensions: (1) the military, as the armed forces were physically abolished; (2) the political, as the military was banned in the new Constitution and military influence on the policy-making process was eliminated; (3) the economic, as the great arms industry of the zaibatsu (business combines) were dismantled; and (4) the social, as the military and all it stood for were rejected by most at the mass level.