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In addition to questions of institutional authority and historical precedent, the personal qualities of the first three Tokugawa shoguns did much to confirm their family’s power. All of them were cautious and hard-working men who, although they surrounded themselves with capable advisers, nevertheless reserved the right to make final decisions. Hidetada appears somewhat prim and colorless in comparison with the other two, but there two, but there is no doubt of his administrative ability. Iemitsu is alleged to have been imperious and capricious. He certainly behaved like a strong ruler and it was in his time that the bakufu's control system was ‘perfected’; but whether he was really moody or not – or whether even if he were, this in any way affected the issues at stake – is hard to say.

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制度上の権威や歴史的な事例への疑問に加えて、最初の3代の徳川将軍の個人的な資質が一族の権威を多いに形成した。 彼らは用心深く勤勉であり有能な側近に従ったが、それにもかかわらず最終決断する権利は保有した。秀忠は他の二人に比べどことなく上品で特色がないように見える。他の二人についてはその政治的能力は疑いようがなかった。 家光は横柄で気まぐれだったと言われている。確かに強大な治政者として振る舞ったが、それは幕府の統治制度が完成した時期が彼の時代であった。彼が本当に気分屋だったかどうか、たとえそうだったとしても、重要な問題に何らかの影響を与えた、とは言い難い。

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