Kōzaburō Tachibana (橘 孝三郎 Tachibana Kōzaburō, 18 March 1893 – 30 March 1974) was a Japanese political activist and ultranationalist.
Tachibana came from a samurai family, although his father was a fabric merchant. His politics were agrarian and anti-capitalist. He argued that radical, violent change was needed to cleanse ‘the world of national politics...poisoned by mammon and the gang of corrupt industrialists’.
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