10-10 Qin

10-10 Qin - Qin (221 B.C.) Enormous armies People...

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Qin (221 B.C.) - Enormous armies - People encouraged to spy on each other - Private meetings were forbidden - Possession of weapons was forbidden - The Qin dynasty fell and was replaced by the Han dynasty (202 B.C.) Founding emperor Liu Bang Legalist Han code - Anyone who kills will receive capital punishment - Will be punished according to the gravity of the wound - All the Qin codes are scrapped - Ruled in a Daoist way - Used Confucianism - Reaction to the excessive control the Qin dynasty had exercised on the people - Then, one emperor of the Han needed more money for government expenditures, build palaces, build a bigger army, etc (he was more of a legalist) - Inevitably people made the comparison between the Qin and the Han and came up with “Faults of Qin”(essay) - Jia (Chia) Yi asks: how did the Qin come to power? The military power Through a succession of rulers and accumulated economic and military power, emerged to conquer China Extensive control over the lives of people
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