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17 February, 07:36

Why did japan find the industrial revolution a trap?

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  1. 17 February, 09:05
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    Because they were not equipped, have anything special resources required for an industrial revolution. They only had coal and copper, their land and water such as rivers, and a little bit of capital on hand for the industrial revolution. Their greatest resource was the Japanese people themselves.
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