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On the March ; Spoiling for a fight (27 Jul 2004)

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After the Second World War, Japan vowed not to let its army march on foreign soil again. This position is enshrined by Article 9 of Japan's constitution. Politicians say this has to change to allow Japan to fulfill its global security obligations. Looks at the arguments for and against the proposition. The government has passed the School Management Reform Ordinance, a law, which they say is good for the schools. But Christian Church groups say this will take away their control over schools that they sponsor. Looks at the reactions to the law and the worsening relationship between church groups and state.

Program: 
Inside Story
Publish Date: 
Tuesday, July 27, 2004
Station: 
ATV
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