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To believe that these predictable assertions reflect personal opinions would be
doing injustice to the intellectual capacities ... of sake or , more rarely , a sudden
realisation on their part that you are not going to believe the official line anyway .
Whereas in the 1880s it was possible to believe that all nations had a kokutai in
some form or another , after the turn of the century it was a monopoly of Japan .
43 Initially , kokutai was rendered in English as ' national polity ' , but later it was ...
... they were minor , and had in any case been part of earlier bureaucratic plans .
The Maekawa Committee represented one more failure to steer the System . The
outside world , however , wanting to believe that Japan had a government after ...
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