What caused the active role of the state in the industrialization of the country of Japan?

The growing wealth of large landowners and the impoverishment of the bulk of the peasants served as sources of the country’s industrialization. Administrative reform destroyed the power of the princes. The country was divided into provinces and prefectures, led by government-appointed officials.

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