Peasant protest in Japan, 1590-1884 /

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Bix, Herbert P.
Format: eBook
Published: New Haven [Conn.] : Yale University Press, ©1986.
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Table of Contents:
  • pt. I. Defeat: The onset of feudal decline
  • Class structure and dynamics in seventeenth-century Tsuyama
  • The coming conflict: Taxes, competition, and reform
  • The Sanchū rising of 1726-1726
  • Epilogue: Tsuyama after 1727
  • pt. II. Forward again: Readjusting the social contract
  • Historical setting in eighteenth-century Ueda
  • A decade of polarization, 1751-1761
  • Prologue and periodization of the Ueda Hōreki rising, 1761-1763
  • Results and aftermath
  • pt. III. Reaction: Social developments of the late Eighteenth Century
  • The crisis of Tenmei
  • The Tenmei Rising in Fukuyama, 1786-1787
  • Dealing in the landlords: The Kansei reforms and Fukuyama Fief, 1790-1805
  • pt. IV. Transitions to a new order: class conflicts up to the late Nineteenth Century
  • Problem of interpretation
  • Conflict and social change, 1800-1873
  • The Kasei Rising in Tsuyama, 1866-1867
  • The debased-currency risings in Shinshū, 1869-1870
  • Results and conclusions.