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Old 10-14-2010, 08:55 PM   #2
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Re: Turbulent priests and millenarian protest

Thanks, Demetrio. That's interesting historically but also:

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...the Showa Restoration movement in Japan in the early-1930s - a movement dedicated to overthrowing the parliamentary system and creating a bona fide emperor-led dictatorship. Ultimately, their strategy failed, and somewhat ironically both movements were eventually crushed in the mid-to-late thirties by the very authoritarian political culture that they had helped create
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