Lessons (not Learnt) by Nehru from 19th Century Japan

Lessons (not Learnt) by Nehru from 19th Century Japan

Introduction In Japanese history, the term “Meji Restoration” refers to the restoration of the emperor as the central authority after the abolishment of the Tokugawa Shogunate (Warrior or War lord rule). The economic policies followed during the Meji period (1868 – 1912) built the foundations of today’s modern, industrial Japan. […]

 

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