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Ad Libs: 'Mapping Edo'

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace, arts & entertainment editor of the Palo Alto Weekly, on Aug 22, 2013

In our young country, it seems inconceivable that a span of 200-plus years could be just “a period,” a fraction of our history. But that’s Japan (and most other nations around the world) for you.

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