sato eisaku

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Sato Eisaku (ˈsɑːtəʊ eɪsaku)
1901--75, Japanese statesman: prime minister (1964--72). During his term of office Japan became a major economic power. He shared the Nobel peace prize (1974) for opposing the proliferation of nuclear weapons

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