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Which member of the Japanese feudal society followed the Bushido was viewed as an honorable and disciplined warrior and was responsible for protecting the people of the land?

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... the Japanese feudal hierarchy followed the Bushido, was viewed as an honorable and disciplined warrior, and was responsible for protecting the people ...
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... the Japanese feudal hierarchy followed the Bushido, was viewed as an honorable and disciplined warrior, and was responsible for protecting the people ...
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The most widely accepted one is that Nara means "flat land". Most of Japanese society during ... ("the way of the warrior"). Bushido was ... History of ...
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Title: Bushido: the Valor of Deceit Author: Holly E. Senatore Last modified by: Ficarrotta, Joseph C Dr. Civ USAFA/DFPY Created Date: 1/25/2010 5:56:00 PM
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The Rise of Feudalism: ... In a feudal society, ... Perhaps the gangs simply followed the pattern set by city governments of the time, ...
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In spite of the superiority of Japanese land ... educated samurai class. Bushido was formalized by ... the word warrior in Japanese history as ...
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