Japan's Agent of Change Disappears

Ichiro Ozawa, who announced his resignation as leader of Japan's main opposition, the Democratic Party of Japan (DJP), was always a strange figure to be an agent of change. He had no special charisma, was reputedly a poor speaker and not even well liked in his party or the public at large.

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