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This section presents a list of reference books and articles relevant to the analysis of the major restructuring policy of the Meiji reformers in the "Kan/Min" division of woodland throughout Japan, which created the greatest conflict between government and people in the history of the country. The issue of woodland organization was in part a by-product of early Meiji land-tax reform, an undertaking that encompassed both arable and woodland (as well as urban property). But in greater part it sprang from changing perceptions of government need and woodland value and the changing policies that resulted.

Keywords: Japan; Kan/Min division; Meiji land-tax reform

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