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" Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious beliefs. "
Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science in the City of New York - Page 378
1916
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important ..., Volume 6; Volume 41

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1902
...protected by law, their followers being guaranteed absolute freedom of belief and practise, within the limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects. In 1897 there were of temples, Shinto, 191,962; of Buddhist. 109,945: of Christian church edifices,...
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The Political Ideas of Modern Japan

Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami - Japan - 1903 - 208 pages
...be said that Gautama appealed to reason, while Christ appealed to feeling. tion reads as follows : " Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief." Marquis Ito, framer of the Constitution, commenting on this article says : " Freedom of conscience...
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A Handbook of Modern Japan

Ernest Wilson Clement - Electronic book - 1903 - 395 pages
...petitions, " by observing the proper forms of respect." The freedom of religious belief is granted "within limits not prejudicial to peace and order,...and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects." These "rights" are old to Anglo-Saxons, but new to Japanese. Now we often see and hear rather uncomplimentary...
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Japan by the Japanese: A Survey by Its Highest Authorities

Alfred Stead - Industries - 1904 - 697 pages
...Judges determined by law. 618 JAPAN BY tHE JAPANESE ARTICLE XXVI. — Except in the cases provided for in the law, the secrecy of the letters of every Japanese...Japanese subjects shall within the limits of law enjoy liberty of speech, writing, publication, public meetings, and associations. ARTICLE XXX. — Japanese...
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The Historians' History of the World: Poland, The Balkans, Turkey, Minor ...

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1904
...necessary in the interests of the public welfare shall be taken in accordance with the provisions of the law. Article XXVIII. Japanese subjects shall, within...Japanese subjects shall, within the limits of law, enjoy liberty in regard to speech, writing, publication, public meetings, and associations. Article XXX....
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Sunrise in the Sunrise Kingdom, Volume 57; Volume 975

John Hyde De Forest - Christianity - 1904 - 233 pages
...Christianity. What a change came when the Twenty-eighth Article of the Constitution was adopted : " Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief." This is the article that has given Japan a unique place in the history of missions from the days of...
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Dai Nippon, the Britain of the East: A Study in National Evolution

Henry Dyer - Japan - 1904 - 450 pages
...when the new Constitution was promulgated in 1889, the twentyseventh article of which declares that, " within limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects, Japanese subjects shall enjoy freedom of belief." In no department of national life is the difference...
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Japan [and China]: Japan; its history, arts and literature

Frank Brinkley - 1904
...by the promulgation of the Constitution in 1889, the twentyseventh article of which declares that, " within limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects, Japanese subjects shall enjoy freedom of religious belief." Shinto, however, remains the unique creed...
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Japan: Described and Illustrated by the Japanese, Volume 2

Frank Brinkley - Art - 1904 - 382 pages
...severed by the promulgation of the Constitution in 1889, the 27th article of which declares that, " within limits not prejudicial to peace and order and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects, Japanese subjects shall enjoy freedom of religious belief." Shinto, however, remains the unique creed...
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Dai Nippon: A Study in National Evolution

Henry Dyer - Japan - 1904
...when the new Constitution was promulgated in 1889, the twentyseventh article of which declares that, " within limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects, Japanese subjects shall enjoy freedom of belief." In no department of national life is the difference...
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