Free enterprise and Local Legislative issues (1890-1930).


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Private enterprise and Local Legislative issues (1890-1930). Monetary Improvement and Social Change Ideological and Political Clashes Party Legislative issues. Social Change. Populace development: 35 million (1873) to 60 million (1925) Contrasts in the middle of urban and provincial populace in salary, way of life and qualities
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Free enterprise and Domestic Politics (1890-1930) Economic Development and Social Change Ideological and Political Conflicts Party Politics

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Social Change Population development: 35 million (1873) to 60 million (1925) Differences in the middle of urban and rustic populace in wage, way of life and qualities Absentee proprietors and expanded tenure (45%) Tenant affiliations and debate Unions extended in WWI and after and move to one side

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Ideological and Political clashes Conservatives: Confucian morals, Shinto myth of ruler in course books, press and national occasions Local Improvement Movement: provincial cooperatives and investment funds affiliations, youth affiliations, Military Reserve Association Liberalism: training and self-change. Strategies to organize economy and human rights Parties’ political and social changes

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Socialism Radical communism and moderate Christian communism Socialist League (1920), JCP (1921) Excess of factionalism and absence of mass investment

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Party Politics of dissent before 1890 Compromise after Sino-Japanese War: mix of gatherings into government Conflict in the middle of Yamagata and Ito Founding of Seiyukai (1900) Katsura-Saionji Truce (1901-12) Hara Kei and reinforcing of Seiyukai

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Party Politics Taisho Crisis and the establishing of Kenseikai (1916) Hara Kei shaped a gathering government in 1918 yet little change towards famous majority rules system Kato Takaaki (1924-26) and changes (all inclusive suffrage) Weak force base: absence of prevalent backing for defilement

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Party Politics of challenge before 1890 Compromise after Sino-Japanese War: mix of gatherings into government Conflict in the middle of Yamagata and Ito Founding of Seiyukai (1900) Katsura-Saionji Truce (1901-12) Hara Kei and fortifying of Seiyukai

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Study Questions What were ideological and political motivation of the traditionalists, liberals and Socialists? How did the parliamentary legislative issues advance from dissent of the restriction into gathering governments? Why did Japanese neglect to build up a suitable parliamentary majority rules system?

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