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Its purpose was to channel money directly to the parties ' headquarters , thereby
obviating the factionalism and unseemly individual scrambles and helping to
unify the ' conservatives'.57 Its successor , the People's Association ( Kokumin ...
all legislation presented by a government which was too closely allied with any
party . Attempts at party government , therefore , have generally given place to
government by the oligarchs with the support of the members of the parties , now
The fledgling political parties dating from the Meiji period had by then , despite
systematic obstruction , come sufficiently into their own to compete for power .
They had linked up with big business and together they counterbalanced the
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