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Native sources of Japanese industrialization, 1750-1920 / Thomas C. Smith.

By: Smith, Thomas C. (Thomas Carlyle), 1916-2004.
Contributor(s): American Council of Learned Societies.
Material type: TextTextSeries: ACLS Humanities E-book.Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : University of California Press, c1988Description: ix, 278 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Subject(s): Japan -- Economic conditions | Japan -- Social conditions | Industries -- Japan -- HistoryLOC classification: HC462 | .S658 1988Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Premodern economic growth : Japan and the West -- The land tax in the Tokugawa period -- Farm family by-employments in preindustrial Japan -- Peasant families and population control in eighteenth-century Japan -- Japan's aristocratic revolution -- The discontented -- "Merit" as ideology in the Tokugawa period -- Ōkura Nagatsune and the technologists -- Peasant time and factory time in Japan -- The right to benevolence : dignity and Japanese workers, 1890-1920.
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"A Philip E. Lilienthal book"--Series t.p.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Premodern economic growth : Japan and the West -- The land tax in the Tokugawa period -- Farm family by-employments in preindustrial Japan -- Peasant families and population control in eighteenth-century Japan -- Japan's aristocratic revolution -- The discontented -- "Merit" as ideology in the Tokugawa period -- Ōkura Nagatsune and the technologists -- Peasant time and factory time in Japan -- The right to benevolence : dignity and Japanese workers, 1890-1920.

Electronic text and image data. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University of Michigan, Michigan Publishing, 2005. Includes both TIFF files and keyword searchable text. ([ACLS Humanities E-Book]) Mode of access: Intranet. This volume is made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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