Osaka: Kinki University Press, 1951. Pamphlet. 41p, wraps, ex-library from the American Academy of Asian Studies, with card inside back cover, dark square from old label on front.
Seko was a Liberal Party member who blew the whistle on the theft of some 100 billion yen worth of supplies that were sold on the black market after WW II by the military in collusion with bureaucrats, politicians, and businessmen. This booklet outlines accusations against corrupt military and political leaders.