japan- totalitarian government
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our luxury export sales plummeted during the depression which caused distrust of the west and its markets.
and since we were a totalitarian government we as citizens had no rights of freedom of speech
japan had bad harvest in several regions, the japanese economy reeled and military leaders touted expansionism in the east as a solution to these problems.
military leaders took control of the main operations of the government, leaving the Emperor as a figurehead at the command of military.
we attacked manchuria in 1931 and we also attacked china
but as we were trying to attack china the league of nations gave us a verbal warning but that didn't stop us
which led to withdrawing from the league in 1933 but we attacked japan in 1937
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