• anonymous
What important step did the Meiji government take when it modernized and industrialized Japan? A. negotiated trade agreements with China and Korea B. used the Samurai to guard new factories C. returned to a system of feudalism D. set up a modern banking system
HippoCampus U.S. History & Government
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  • Dean.Shyy
The Meiji government move away from an isolated feudalism. So, you can eliminate the third choice, C. The Meiji government ended the samurai class with new laws. So, the second choice, B, is eliminated. The Meiji government wanted to move away from China and Korea atmosphere, so the first choice, A, can be eliminated. The Meiji government also introduced banking laws. Therefore, the best answer would be last choice, D. This is based off historical information, and would be best if you double checked these facts and suggestions I provided.
  • anonymous
Ok thank you so much!

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