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NEW YORK — People chaining themselves to trees, students rallying against the Vietnam War and protesters against globalization are among the many images of activists in the United States.

An exhibit held in New York, however, pointed out such ideas have equally firm roots in Japan, a country more commonly known for its harmony and national unity than domestic strife.

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