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General MacCarthur wrote Japan's Constitution

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Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Nov 1, 2007 at 17:58

Thank you for the interesting letter you wrote. I think you make great points, except -

"............the faithful of said faiths censured their religious leaders, saying enough is enough and that they stop their irreligious behavior. It's why the West had the Renaissance, Japan had the Reformation......."

Japan had Hiroshima, Nagasaki obliterated and General Douglas MacCarthur wrote their Constitution.

Any thoughts?

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