The evolution of the council in the Japanese government 1868-1890
Between 1868 and 1890, Japan advanced from an agglomeration of feudal principalities rapidly escaping from central control to a modern, centralised state equipped with a constitution and a national assembly in line with the advanced states of the world. Centred on the person of the young Emperor Meiji, a government largely drawn from the samurai executives of a handful of feudal principalities slowly but steadily tightened its grip upon the country, until in 1890 a new regime had been...[Show more]
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