The Human Revolution, Volume 3

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Weatherhill, 1976 - Buddhism - 140 pages
Chronicles the efforts of Jōsei Toda, the second president of the Soka Gakkai, to construct this Buddhist organization upon his release from Sugamo Prison at the end of World War II.

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Daisaku Ikeda eloquently portrays the history of his mentor (Josei Toda)'s campaign to widely propagate the teachings of the Soka Gakkai, a lay Buddhist organization dedicated to promoting widespread peace through the practice of Nichiren Buddhism. Ikeda does not disappoint in this classic series as his explicit syntax lures the reader in to the world of post-war Japan. 5 out of 5 bar none. 

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Inauguration
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Longrange Plans
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The
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