Great Britain and the Opening of Japan, 1834-1858
Analyzing the origins of Japan's rise to economic prosperity, this book focuses on the Britain-Japan relationship from the 1830s, when Britain was seen as the ultimate economic model, and how this gave Japan both the goals and parameters of her ambitions a
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