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2-5-09_discussion - Moulders view The west at first valued...

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Moulder’s view The west at first valued China more than Japan: silk, tea, and etc. China valued opium Large investments put into China, the west trying to build up China Moulder: satellite countries Japan: small-scale trade at first, it encourages citizens to purchase manufactures that were Japan-originated, shipping industry totally in Japanese’s hands China resisted the west taking over China, west’s complex networks of investments China decentralized by the west after the failure of resisting western exploitation Difference: Levy more internal, social, Moulder more economical China and Japan had different relationships with the outside world unfair to compare Japan’s government able to retain control over her empire, develop army, inflation only affected Daimio, the west hasn’t encroached onto Japan until later the economy stayed strong World economy External forces Levy’s view China: family-oriented, head of household supreme, outside of family
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2009 for the course EASC 150g taught by Professor Rosen during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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