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Historian Marius Jansen put Fukuzawa on a pedestal in The Making of Modern Japan, “Beyond the voyage of 1860 and the time of his death in 1901 Fukuzawa earned recognition as nineteenth-century Japan’s foremost modernizer. Founder of Keio, destined to become Japan’s first private university, commentator on cultural and public matters in a never-ending series of essays and books, his influence permeated every aspect of Meiji life.”

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A Driving Force in the Moderization of Japan: Fukuzawa Yukichi – 29-Jun-12

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    1. You are very welcome. I lived in Japan for three years and have since enjoyed learning more and more about the country’s customs, mythology and people.

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