Japan ponders Imperial succession for modern times

TOKYO — As Japan prepares for the first abdication of an emperor in two centuries, it is wrestling with the question of how to handle this unusual handover in an era when the monarch is regarded as a symbol rather than a living god. No modern precedent …
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