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Hara Kei in the politics of compromise, 1905-1915.

Tetsuo Najita

Hara Kei in the politics of compromise, 1905-1915.

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hara, Takashi, -- 1856-1921.,
  • Japan -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHarvard East Asian series -- 31.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS884.H28 N34
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 314 p.
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17757519M


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Hara Takashi (原 敬, 15 March (安政3年2月9日) – 4 November ) was a Japanese politician and the Prime Minister of Japan from until his assassination on 4 November He was also called Hara Kei informally.

He was the first commoner appointed to the office of prime minister of Japan, giving him the informal title of "commoner prime minister" (平民宰相, heimin saishō).Alma mater: Imperial University (Incomplete).

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The Basis of Political Compromise (–) 3. The Pragmatic Uses of Power (–) 4. The Cultivation of a Local Power Base (–) 5. Prelude to Conflict (–) 6.

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If you need a custom essay or research paper on this topic please use our writing services. Hara Takashi (även känd som Hara Kei), född den 4 november i Morioka, död 4 november i Tokyo (mördad), var en japansk politiker. Hara blev efter juridiska studier tidningsman, ingick på diplomatbanan, blev samma år konsul i Tianjin, ambassadsekreterare och chargé d'affaires i Paris och direktör för utrikesministeriets handelsbyrå.

Takashi Hara (japanski: 原 敬; Morioka, 9. veljače - Tokijo, 4. studenog ), japanski političar, obnašao dužnost premijera Japana od rujna do 4. studenog godine. Neformalno, Takashi Hara je bio poznat i kao Kei i je u povijest Japana ušao kao prvi "premijer pučanin" (japanski: 平民宰相, heimin saishō), što je često koristio kao krilaticu.

Hara Takashi (原 敬, 9 February – 4 November ) was a Japanese politician and the 10th Prime Minister of Japan from 29 September until his assassination on 4 November He was also called Hara Kei informally. He was the first commoner appointed to the office of prime minister of Japan, giving him the informal title of "commoner prime minister" (平民宰相, heimin saishō.Hara Takashi (原敬,?) (9 Pébruari –4 Nopémber ) nyaéta salah saurang pulitikus Jepang tur Perdana Mentri Jepang ka ti 29 Séptémber dugi ka 4 Nopémber [Bibliografi.

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