The Meiji Era and Japan's Journey to Modernization

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October 22, 2010

 

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Also, there were reforms within the legal system to replace outdated customs with laws and rules that were more fair to citizens, and there was an increased commitment to education and knowledge within society. (Wikipedia) The Five Charter Oath paved the way for a more democratic and modern form of government and a constitution dictating the terms of that government...
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(Wikipedia) The Five Charter Oath paved the way for a more democratic and modern form of government and a constitution dictating the terms of that government. The ruling classes underwent intense changes under the Meiji Period, with new ranks established for people who had performed notable services for the emperor...
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