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Japan earthquake related to Liberalism/conservatism??
Hey guys I have this social source based question I have to write on in class tomorrow and I was thinking of using the recent earthquake in Japan as support. I am really not that knowledgable when it comes to the Japanese economy and I was wondering if anyone could help me get a start on how this event has affected Japan as a whole and how it is related to liberalism or conservatism. Thanks any help appreciated
How the fuck would an earthquake and tsunami be related to a political philosophy?
have you caught the retarded?
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The tsunami was obvious a conservative when compared to the liberal mainland of Japan
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If anything it would be related to nationalism. A certain event that brings a group, such as the Japanese, closer together. If you need an example use the colonists settling the Americas and breaking free from englands rule. Your welcome
it could only be related further down the line, if say one party used what's happening now to point a finger at an opposition party. Otherwise, there really is no political motivation behind what is happening.
You are seriously grasping at straws here.
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you have to make a connection like how nuclear power has entered the american political discussion after the disaster.
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Too soon man, too soon... People are still really shaken up over this.
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the colonists were were pretty evenly split with about 1/3 supporting independence, 1/3 unsure, and 1/3 wanting to stay under british rule. get learned fool. if anything 911 would be a better example.
and to op, you are either retarded or a troll
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