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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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The Quarterly Review, Volume 208

English literature - 1908
...was dangerous. In 1889, however, a Constitution was promulgated, which declared (Art. xxviii) that 'Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief.' This was obviously tolerance with considerable limitations, the nature of which it would be for the...
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Modern Constitutions: A Collection of the Fundamental Laws of ..., Volume 2

Walter Fairleigh Dodd - Constitutional law - 1908
...inviolable. Measures necessary to be taken for the public benefit shall be provided for by law. ART. 28. Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief. ART. 30. Japanese subjects may present petitions, by observing the proper forms of respect, and by...
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Readings in Modern European History: Europe since the Congress of Vienna

James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard - Europe - 1909
...the interests of the public welfare shall be taken in accordance with the provisions of the law. 28. Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief. 29. Japanese subjects shall, within the limits of law, enjoy liberty in regard to speech, writing,...
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Christianity as a Social Factor in Modern Japan

Allen Klein Faust - Christianity - 1909 - 96 pages
...The twenty-eighth article of that constitution reads as follows: "Japanese subjects shall, within the limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief." Christianity, though in history a very poor example of toleration, is the real cause of the religious...
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A History of Christianity in Japan: Protestant missions

Otis Cary - Japan - 1909
...granted to his people, Article XXVIII. declares : " Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudical to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief." It was but a little over seventeen years since men and women had been sent into exile for their religion,...
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The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge ..., Volume 6

Johann Jakob Herzog, Albert Hauck, Samuel Macauley Jackson, Charles Colebrook Sherman, George William Gilmore - Theology - 1910
...which at last found expression in the following article of the constitution promulgated in 1890: " Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief." In comparing the growth of Roman Catholicism with that of Protestantism and of the Greek Church, it...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts ..., Volume 5

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1912
...until in the constitution of 1889, full freedom of conscience was granted in the famous Article No. XXVIII.: "Japanese subjects shall, within limits not...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief." In his commentary on this article, the Marquis Ito, called the "Father of the Constitution," writes,...
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Japan Advancing - Whither?

Arthur Romeyn Gray - Japan - 1912 - 226 pages
...removed the ban which had been laid on Christianity two hundred and fifty years before by declaring that "Japanese subjects shall, within limits not prejudicial...duties as subjects, enjoy freedom of religious belief." One might have expected that an era of unparalleled prosperity for the Church would have followed the...
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Terry's Japanese Empire

Japan - 1914 - 799 pages
...missionaries moved the Japanese Gov't, when promulgating the Constitution in 1889 (art. 27) to say: 'Within limits not prejudicial to peace and order, and not antagonistic to their duties as subjects, Japanese subjects shall enjoy freedom of religious belief! ' The policy of seclusion adopted by Japan...
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A Short History of Japan

Ernest Wilson Clement - Japan - 1915 - 190 pages
...present 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." The constitution recognizes another body, the Privy Council, appointed by the Emperor and consulted...
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