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Origin and growth of Japanese taxation (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 10 may 2012


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Tapa blanda, 10 may 2012
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 Excerpt: ...by the joint action of the civil and military rulers. The former were sovereigns de jure,the latter de facto. The land had still been regarded as the property of the emperor. But now it came to be regarded as belonging to the Shogun or military chief,and the civil governors appointed by the imperial government were entirely dispensed with. Thus a sort of mixed system of monarchy and feudalism was changed into pure feudalism. Another noteworthy fact during this period was the exceedingly disordered condition of the country. The feudal nobles had become so powerful and the central government so weak,that the country was reduced to a state of perpetual feuds between the different families,and battles were fought not only in the provinces but even within the walls of the oapital. War was regarded almost as a pastime. Three great men,however,appeared during this chaotic period, and rescued the country from the ravages and miseries of this warlike era,the dark ages of Japan. 1 Dr.Richard T.Ely:Taxation in American States and Cities. Ota Nobunaga commenced the work,Hideyoshi carried it on, and Tokugawa Iyeyasu completed the arduous task of suppressing the turbulent nobles and consolidating the whole country. Tokugawa Iyeyasu was not only a general of eminent abilities who had from his youth been accustomed to the responsibility and management of great campaigns,but he was also a statesman who knew how to secure and make the most of the advantages to be obtained from victories and conquests. After the decisive battle of Sokigabara,when the control of the empire was placed in his hands,we hear little more of him as a general,excepting in the battle of 0saka,when the fortunes of Hideyoshi were finally and decisively settled. The common conception of Iyeyasu is not th...

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