Japan during the Muromachi Period was known not to have isolation policies enforced by its government(unlike Japan’s later years). It’s geography naturally made it more isolated over other regions around it, and it wasn’t until 1543 until Portugal actually landed in Japan for the first time. It was also known that religion practices that Japan had during this time were not entirely regulated by the government. With the constant warfare going on through the years, many people turned to religion as an output. The most dominant religion that derived off of Buddhism would have to be Zen Buddhism, other religions included most notably Shinto.
Tokugawa Ieyasu was the founder and first shōgun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan, which effectively ruled Japan from the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 until the Meiji Restoration in 1868. With a total of one hundred and sixty thousand men facing each other in the Battle of Sekigahara, in which it had begun on October 21, 1600. As the battle ended with Tokugawa’s success, Tokugawa Ieyasu was the new ruler of Japan. With the result of the western noble being captured and killed. At sixty, Tokugawa Ieyasu had received the title of shōgun from Emperor Go-Yōzei on March 24, 1603.
Trusts, or large monopolies, were corporations that combined and lowered their prices to drive competitors out of the business. This infuriated many americans at that time because it allowed such a small number of people to become wealthy, or even successful at all. When Theodore Roosevelt became president, he sympathized with workers unlike most of the presidents in the past who usually tried to help the corporations. As illustrated in Document A, Roosevelt wanted to hunt down the bad trusts ad put a leash on the good ones in order to regulate them. However, it only had a limited effect because the government was unable to control the activity of banks and railroads which were two of the most powerful industries in the world.
Salutary neglect is when England started to not have strict enforcement of parliament laws that were meant to keep American colonies obedient to England. One way salutary neglect happened was through mercantilism. During this time there were navigation laws placed in America that stated that only the England could trade with the 13 colonies, and if the colonies wanted imports from other countries they had to go through England to get those Imports. This made it so England got a large profit of money through the colonies with mercantilism. Once England started paying little attention to these navigation laws, America started to trade with countries other than England.
Consequently, the goods exported from U.S. reduced because of that hindrance. The naval strength of England was significant because it prevented other countries from supplying to the colonies. The result was that the smuggled, as well as the inexpensive imports, became costly and
Outside contact also affected internal conditions. Western influences and manufacturing disrupted the existing social order among the Ottomans. The power of Muslim artisans and merchants were slowly replaced by the West. The Ottomans became more and more dependent on Europe to stimulate their economy. However, the Ottomans were partially sustained by the growing rivalries of Europe and often let the British aid in their desperate fight to maintain their empire, albeit reluctantly.
After Germany signed the Treaty of Versailles nations of Germany had live miserable lives, because high inflation happened in Germany. Germany made a wrong decision when they had to pay money. Instead of taxing people to give money for the damage to Allies, Germany borrowed a lot of money from other countries. As a result they had to pay more money with a huge debt. However German government printed more money to pay off the debt but it caused inflation.
Since Japan was an island, much of their food sources came from the sea, and a substantial amount of the ground is unstable because of the surrounding water. There was very little coal and important metals on this island, which slowed down its industrialization. Many European countries held a lot of power internationally, but they were also excluded from Japan, making it even harder for the Japanese to modernize, “By 1800, however, Japan 's rulers were aware of an increasingly aggressive European presence. Sporadic encounters with Russian, U.S., and British ships that had entered
In the 18th century, Europe had a high demand for Chinese goods but the Chinese didn’t have a high demand for European goods. In order to pay back, Britain gave China the only commodity they would accept--silver, but they didn’t have enough silver. So, the Britain had to buy it from other European countries, which created further debt. In 1773,
During the war, the Japanese industry was compelled to dedicate most of their effort to addressing military needs however, they were not able to meet the business necessities of Japan because they depended on exchange with Western nations for their goods causing rampant inflation with Japan’s currency. Furthermore, sea trade, whereupon the Empire depended incredibly, was damaged over the course of the war. Transport was also nearly impossible, and industrial growth in Japan came to a