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Help me study for my History class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.150 words res


Help me study for my History class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.150 words respond to the comment below after reading the two documents attached: “I definitely think “forces of modernity” presents in these documents. For example, the oath of the Meiji Restorations show that they are pursuing a free, democratic and equal country, like “all matters decided by public discussion”, “The common people shall each be allowed to pursue his own calling” etc. Steamships also showed signs of modernity. From the document of “The Tanzimat” in the Ottoman Empire, we can see that Ottoman Empire committed to developing into a modern country ruled by law. Such as, these sentences of “We therefore grant perfect security to the inhabitants of our empire in their lives, their honor, and their fortunes, as they are secured to them by the sacred text of the law.” and “The guarantees promised on our part by […] Gülhane, and in conformity with the Tanzimat, to all the subjects of my Empire, without distinction of classes or of religion, for the security of their persons and property and the preservation of their honor, are today confirmed” show it clearly.For Japan, personally, I think adopting the things from West, such as accepting the values, ways of life, and institutions of West, is the biggest challenge because it’s really hard to change a person’s habits, values, and lifestyle, especially when those values are deeply ingrained. Having the ear of Japanese leadership maybe is a part of challenge as well. Yukichi as one of the most famous people wrote and published a book based on what he saw and heard in Europe. Through the book, western ideas are conveyed to everyone, and eventually make people accept those ideas. He also convinced Japanese people to listen more opinions of the Japanese leadership. From the sentences of “All classes, high and low, shall unite in vigorously carrying out the administration of affairs of state” and “Evil customs of the past shall be broken off” etc, we can also conclude that the contradictions between the classes and some bad customs also need to be fixed.For the Ottoman Empire, It said that “In the last one hundred and fifty years a succession of accidents and diverse causes have arisen which have brought about a disregard for the sacred code of laws and the regulations flowing therefrom, and the former strength and prosperity [of the Ottoman Empire] have changed into weakness and poverty. . .” Therefore, I think the challenge Ottoman Empire is facing should be how to rebuild the position of the sacred laws and regulations in people’s mind and how to make the country prosperous and strong. The way to solve these problems is to find an effective solution based on the geographical location of the Ottoman provinces, the fertility of the soil, the aptitude and intelligence of the inhabitants. Providing the public welfare, improving of the state of the provinces, and relief to the (subject) peoples may make people re-trust government to obey the laws.Based on these documents, we can conclude that this reform made Japan become the first country in Asia to embark on the road of industrialization and gradually become one of the most powerful country in the world. It was the beginning of Japan’s modernization and an important turning point in the history of Japan. The goal of reform, which was to transform the Ottoman Empire into a modern state governed by law, in the Tanzimat era is clear and unambiguous.”
Requirements: 150 words