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Fukushima-ken seisen hyakunenshi

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        StatementGyōsei Mondai Kenkyūjo
        PublishersGyōsei Mondai Kenkyūjo
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        LC Classifications1981
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 114 p. :
        Number of Pages48
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Initially, local tenant unions sought reform of the traditional system of granting rent reductions when harvests were poor.

Farmers and Village Life in Japan

He argued that the philological examination of writing could not reveal Fukushima-ken seisen hyakunenshi and that the exegesis of flawed texts could not reveal the reality of the past.

Granted, the agricultural sector fed the nation for a crucial interval in the aftermath of the Meiji Restoration of 1868 and made other contributions to the consolidation of the Fukushima-ken seisen hyakunenshi Meiji regime and the launching of efforts to promote industrialization, by providing the major share of tax revenues, significant foreign exchange earnings from the export of raw silk and tea, and ample factory labor.

For more than thirty years he labored over the exegesis of the Kojiki, moving character by character, line by line, producing an annotated version of the text that he called the Kojikiden Commentaries on the Kojiki.

page images at HathiTrust; US access only• It was in 1782 that Akinari, who had no doubt heard of Norinaga by this time, made the acquaintance of one Aragita Sugitomo. Finally a bakufu force of three thousand men succeeded in restoring order to the city. Imagine, he said, that a shop in Kyoto has established a branch in Edo.by Yun Ji page images at HathiTrust•