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Fukoku Kyohei

The slogan was the central objective of the Meiji leaders.

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! 1 Fukoku kyohei: evaluating the impact of public investment in Meiji
Fukoku kyohei: evaluating the impact of public investment in Meiji Japan, 1868- 1912. John P. Tang*.
1 The Flexible Structure of Politics in Meiji Japan Junji Banno
The Flexible Structure of Politics in Meiji Japan
public deliberation) and fukoku kyohei (enrich the country, strengthen the military ).
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Dec 13, 2004 The Meiji called their variant of this, Fukoku Kyohei, "rich country, strong arms.

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Japan beats chest in midlife crisis
The people may not be chanting it loudly in the streets but the new government's campaign is: "Fukoku Kyohei" - enrich the nation; strengthen the army - the slogan of Imperial Japan during the World War II era.

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Fukoku kyōhei - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The fukoku kyohei objective led to massive governmental overhaul.
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Ch 26 - Coup d`état and International Rivalries: Fukoku Kyohei.
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! 1 Fukoku kyohei: evaluating the impact of public investment in Meiji
Fukoku kyohei: evaluating the impact of public investment in Meiji Japan, 1868- 1912. John P. Tang*.

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