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Finally, in October 1889, a bomb was thrown into Okuma's carriage by a member of the patriotic society Genyosha [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Dark ocean society), the most active group among ultranationalists who were strongly opposed to compromise with Western powers.
However, a perusal of the literature put out by the Genyosha and the Kokuryukai would show that by "Asia" the writers usually meant only China and Korea.
13) There were still some remnants of the pan-Asianists of the Genyosha and the Kokuryukai who gave minimal support to General Artemio Ricarte who, instead of pledging allegiance to the U.