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Abe's legacy may be the one thing that most Japanese don't want

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The phrase "smack of firm government" is often used by those wishing to justify taking a strong line. But for Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the smack has become a slap in the face.

THE phrase "smack of firm government" is often used by those wishing to justify taking a strong line. But for Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the smack has become a slap in the face.

From the moment he came to office at the end of 2012, Mr Abe saw himself as a strong leader. But strength

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