The Fall Of Han China Analysis

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The Fall of Han China The fall of Han China began with a decline in an interest of achieving Confucian intellectual goals, students were becoming restless. With this new restless tone, the empire started to let go of their morals, leading to a decline in work ethic, this ultimately meant that trade and agriculture were no longer thriving. Without trade and harvests the empire was no longer self-sufficient. Han China was a Confucian state. However, they did not follow the true Confucian philosophies. Instead, the emperor, Emperor Wu, had a very influential Confucian philosopher create a more emperor-centric base of Confucianism. Being forced to study a religion did not drive the Han scholars to work harder, they began to slack and almost
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