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Lecture 3 (Tues. 2/5/08) History 107 Non-Western Civilization: Modern Japan, 1860–Present “Revering the Emperor, Expelling the Barbarian” ( Sonn ± J ± i ) Lecture Outline 1) Tokugawa Nariaki and the Mito School 2) The Succession Issue and the Ansei Purge a) Shogunal Succession i) Yoshitomi—favored by the Daimyo running the Bakufu ii) Keiki—Nariaki’s son b) Hotta Masayoshi and the Commercial Treaty c) Bringing the Emperor Back In: Hotta’s Attempted Solution d) Ii Naosuke as Regent: A Different Approach i) The Ansei Purge 3) Shishi (“men of spirit”) a) Yoshida Sh ± in b) The Politics of Assassination 4) Popular Culture and Turmoil in the 1850s a) The “Black Ships” and sources of information for ordinary people i) Kawaraban “broadsheets” ii) False reports and bravado iii) Laughter and mockery b) Social conditions and natural disasters i) The Great Ansei Earthquake ii) Catfish! Key Terms Tokugawa Nariaki (1800-1860), Daimyo of Mito domain “Revere the Emperor, Expel the Barbarian” ( Sonn ± j ± i ) The Mito School ( Mitogaku ) Tokugawa Iesada (1824-58) – 13 th Shogun (reigns from 1853-58) Succession dispute between
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