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Sources of Japanese Tradition, Columbia University Press, 1958, pp. 335-8. 7
Herman Ooms, Tokugawa Ideology, Princeton University Press, 1985, chapter 4.
I am much indebted to this brilliant study of the various ideological constructs of ...
His empire rested on informal relations. 6 Delmer Brown and Ichiro Ishida, The
Future and the Past, University of California Press, 1979, p. 368. 7 Stanislav
Andreski, Military Organisation and Society, 2nd edn, University of California
24 Richard H. Minear, Japanese Tradition and Western Law, Harvard University
Press, 1970, p. 72. 25 Jung Bock Lee, The Political Character of the Japanese
Press, Seoul National University Press, 1985, p. 97. 26 'Tami wa shirashimu ...
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