samurai class

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I say half-raw, because they give it a kind of cooking by placing it between their own thighs and the backs of their horses ”
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As a result of these failed reforms, many farmers took matters into their own hands and seized land from large landlords. Unfulfilled promises of reforms for the working classes led to strikes in cities
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Chapter 27 Russia and Japan: Industrialization Outside the West Chapter Outline SummaryChapter 27 Russia and Japan: Industrialization Outside the West Chapter Outline Summary
Travels to the United States and Europe convinced him that copying Western educational models would help Japan. He believed Confucianism impeded the advance of science and mathematics
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Internal Troubles, External Threats China, the Ottoman Empire, and JapanInternal Troubles, External Threats China, the Ottoman Empire, and Japan
To make students aware of the refocusing of racism in the nineteenth-century West
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The Meiji Restoration and ModernizationThe Meiji Restoration and Modernization
In 1868 the Tokugawa shôgun ("great general"), who ruled Japan in the feudal period, lost his power and the emperor was restored to the supreme position. The emperor took the name Meiji ("enlightened rule") as his reign name
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School of historical, political and sociological studies economic miracles and financial crises: the far east since 1840School of historical, political and sociological studies economic miracles and financial crises: the far east since 1840
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The Meiji Restoration and ModernizationThe Meiji Restoration and Modernization
In 1868 the Tokugawa shôgun ("great general"), who ruled Japan in the feudal period, lost his power and the emperor was restored to the supreme position. The emperor took the name Meiji ("enlightened rule") as his reign name
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