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A Modern History of Japan

From Tokugawa Times to the Present

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This edition published in by Oxford University Press, USA

Written in English

400 pages

Introduction: Enduring Imprints of the Longer PastPART 1. CRISIS OF HE TOKUGAWA REGIME 1. The Tokugawa Polity UnificationThe Tokugawa Political SettlementsThe DaimyoThe Imperial InstitutionThe SamuraiVillagers and City-DwellersThe Margins of the Japanese and Japan2. Social and Economic Transformations The Seventeenth-Century BoomRiddles of Stagnation and Vitality3. The Intellectual World of Late Tokugawa Ideological Foundations of the Tokugawa RegimeCultural Diversity and ContradictionsReform, Critiques, and Insurgent Ideas4. The Overthrow of the Tokugawa The Western Powers and the Unequal TreatiesThe Crumbling of Tokugawa RulePolitics of Terror and AccommodationBakufu Revival, the Satsuma-Choshu Insurgency, and Domestic UnrestPART 2. MODERN REVOLUTION, 1868-1905 5. The Samurai Revolution Programs of Nationalist Revolution...

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Introduction: Enduring Imprints of the Longer PastPART 1. CRISIS OF HE TOKUGAWA REGIME 1. The Tokugawa Polity UnificationThe Tokugawa Political SettlementsThe DaimyoThe Imperial InstitutionThe SamuraiVillagers and City-DwellersThe Margins of the Japanese and Japan2. Social and Economic Transformations The Seventeenth-Century BoomRiddles of Stagnation and Vitality3. The Intellectual World of Late Tokugawa Ideological Foundations of the Tokugawa RegimeCultural Diversity and ContradictionsReform, Critiques, and Insurgent Ideas4. The Overthrow of the Tokugawa The Western Powers and the Unequal TreatiesThe Crumbling of Tokugawa RulePolitics of Terror and AccommodationBakufu Revival, the Satsuma-Choshu Insurgency, and Domestic UnrestPART 2. MODERN REVOLUTION, 1868-1905 5. The Samurai Revolution Programs of Nationalist Revolution...

A Modern History of Japan

From Tokugawa Times to the Present

This edition published in by Oxford University Press, USA


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"put in place a series of what we can call "settlements.""

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