The meiji Restoration and how education helped the permanance of the new regime
As said by Albert Craig, "It was not a revolution, not a change in the name of new values but rather, a change carried out in the name of old values ..."
The Meiji Restoration from 1868 created both an institutional and constitution structure that allowed Japan in the coming decades to be a stable and industrializing country.
A perfect example of the reforms that were a significant contributor in achieving the new regime's goals and ensuring its permanence is in education.
When the Emperor Meiji first came to the throne, his Government made it clear in the Charter Oath of April 1868 its in…
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