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Japan's stunning metamorphosis from an isolated feudal regime to a major industrial power over the course of the nineteeth and early twentieth centuries has long fascinated and vexed historians. In this study, David L. Howell looks beyond the institutional and technological changes that followed Japan's reopening to the West to probe the indigenous origins of Japanese capitalism.
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David Arthur Russell Howell, Baron Howell of Guildford PC (born 18 January 1936), is a British Conservative politician, journalist, and economic consultant.
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