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history p.98-99 - One acre per person a. Forced free farmer...

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Alison Lindsay 1/29/09 Outline pages 98-99 1. The Han Dynasty (202BC-220AD) a. Liu Pang was a peasant at first but became known by his title of Han Gaozu- Exulted Emperor of Han b. Political and Social Structures i. Confucian ii. Central government 1. Military 2. Civil service 3. Censorate iii. Provinces iv. Officials picked by merit, not by birth v. Civil service examination in schools vi. Expanded china 1. Han Wudi 2. South of the Chang Jiang 3. Northern Vietnam 4. South China Sea vii. Free peasants began to suffer 1. Military service and forced labor of up to one month per year 2.
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Unformatted text preview: One acre per person a. Forced free farmer to become tenant farmers b. Pay up to half of their harvest c. Technology and Culture i. Textile manufacturing ii. Water mills iii. Iron casting iv. Steel v. Paper vi. Rudder and fore-and-aft rigging vii. Confucian schools d. Fall of the Han Empire i. Weak rulers amused themselves with the pleasures of court life ii. Free farmers becoming tenant farmers iii. Peasant unrest iv. Nomadic raids v. 170AD 1. War 2. Intrigues at the court 3. Peasant uprising vi. Capital- Luoyang...
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