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Modernisation of Japan during the Meiji Restoration.
"In achieving such a rapid and total modernisation, how much did Japan owe to Western Examples, and how much to its own resources and initiative?"
In achieving such a rapid and total modernisation, Japan owed much of its success to Western Examples which were greatly used in their economic, social and political modernisation during the revolutionary Meiji restoration period, which marked the deliberate transformation by Japan and it's leaders in response to the threat posed by the West. Because of Japan's use of Western examples, they were able to adopt Western ideas, traditions, cultur…
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