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Ch'ing Dynasty of China and the Tokugawa Period of Japan both represented the fullest of expression of the "Great Tradition in the East Asian Civilization. In this essay, we will be comparing and contrasting Ch'ing and Tokugawa's public policies, relative to the tasks of: maintaining law and order, promoting the governing elites' self interests, promoting an arch-conservative agenda, and finally how they preventing the contamination from the outside sources. At the end of this essay, we will then discuss why their "immediate successes led to "ultimate failures.
The time period between the 1680 CE to 1800 CE during the reign of the Ch'ing Dynasty. This time period was considered to be the "High Ch'ing, because it is the Ch'ing Dynasty's most glorious and most peaceful time period, which made them most successful. It is also the Golden Age of literacy and culture. At this time China had well over one hundred millions citizens living in the mainland. Chinese people are not only huge in population, and wealth, but they also have more than enough resources to survive in China. This meant that they did not need to import anything f