Talk:State Shinto

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Not overlooked at all[edit]

In teh end, the article writes:"However in practice this is sometimes overlooked".In fact, anyone in japanese royal family is looking for a return for State Shinto again.In 1945, Japanese emperor Hirohito exchanged impunity for colaboration with the Americans.And among this exchange, was the end of State Shinto and the peclament of the emperor as a constituinal king,such as in England not a living god. Agre22 (talk) 15:03, 29 May 2009 (UTC)agre22