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He in fact helped bring about the feudal arrangements revolving around semi -
autonomous lords called daimyo – that great political balancing act that kept the
Tokugawa shoguns in power for over two and a half centuries . The Tokugawa ...
10 The Buddhists resisted organised oppression well into the fourth decade of
the Tokugawa shogunate that began at the outset of the seventeenth century . An
early bestseller , Kiyomizu Monogatari ( The Tale of Kiyomizu ) , published in ...
8 Herman Ooms , Tokugawa Ideology , Princeton University Press , 1985 , was p
. 44 . 9 Ibid . , p . 42 . 10 Jeffrey P ... 11 Dan Fenno Henderson , ' The evolution of
Tokugawa law ' , in John W . Hall and Marius B . Jansen ( eds . ) , Studies in the ...
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