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Why did the farmer's name start to revolt after the death of Qin Shihuang? Why didn't Qin Shihuang make a man-made reaction when he was alive?

Today's interesting history editor brought you why Qin Shihuang didn't artificially react when he was alive? Interested readers can follow the editor to take a look.

Speaking of Qin Shihuang, history has been mixed with him. Some people say that he is an emperor, and some people say that he is a tyrant. But no matter what kind of statement, we must admit that as the first person in the ancient history of our country to be called " Emperor ", his cultural and martial arts skills can be said to be second to none. In addition, he also had a profound influence on ancient Chinese history. For example, the titles of "Emperor" he obtained were adopted by subsequent emperors. Not to mention the influence of the San Gong Jiu Qing system; let alone Qin Shihuang completed the unification of China and established China The first great unification dynasty - Qin Dynasty .

All in all, the achievements of Qin Shihuang are clearly recorded in history. Although there are still many people commenting that he is a tyrant, how can there be no controversy about a great figure! It is worth mentioning that during the reign of Qin Shihuang, There is almost no rebellion in China. The " Chen Sheng Wu Guang Uprising" that we are familiar with occurred during the Qin II period, but did not occur during the Qin Shihuang period.

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Emperor Qin Shihuang

So the question is, why did no one dare to rebel when Qin Shihuang was alive? In fact, it is not difficult to explain. Just look at these three things Qin Shihuang did!

First, strict control of weapons

After Qin Shihuang unified the world, he began to prepare how to govern the country. In order to strengthen the rule and avoid the people's rebellion, Qin Shihuang ordered the confiscation of all weapons in the world, except of the Qin Dynasty's army. According to Qin Shihuang's idea, as long as the people do not have weapons in their hands, they will lose the rigid conditions for rebellion. Even if there is blood in the cavity, it is useless without weapons.

But the question is, aren't the choppers and rakes iron? Cann't these irons be fused into weapons? Of course, it's just a matter of time. Of course, for ordinary people, rakes are the agricultural tools on which they depend. If they are really melted into weapons to rebel, if they are unsuccessful, let ’s not say, just say how their lives are without these things. Should we rob it by launching an uprising?

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Emperor Qin-stills

However, Qin Shihuang was not vegetarian, and he also kept his hands. In addition to the control of the world ’s weapons, he also ordered the wealthy people across the country to move to Xianyang City to live and let them do business here. It seems that Qin Shihuang deliberately did this in order to develop the economic level of the capital Xianyang. Of course, he did have this intention, but more because these people have a lot of resources in their hands, and after having these resources, they Can be used as a rebellious capital.

Since there are no weapons and no capital, it is basically not realistic to want to rebel!

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Chen Sheng Wu Guang Uprising

Second, implement the county system

After Qin's destruction of the Six Kingdoms, Qin Shihuang adopted the suggestion of his prime minister Li Si and abolished the divisional system established by the Zhou Dynasty and changed it to the county system. That is, the local administrative agencies are changed to county and county levels, and officials are appointed and removed by the central government. Emperor Qin Shihuang divided the whole country into 36 counties and later increased it to 41 counties.

The counties that are set up are divided into county orders and county heads, and they have county officials, county captains, and other members. County magistrates and magistrates are in charge of government affairs, county magistrates are in charge of military affairs, and magistrates are in charge of justice. In addition, there are also townships below the county, which have four main functions: apportionment of servitude, collection of land grants, verification of the case of the local defendant, and participation in the storage of grain in the state warehouse.

I have to say that the system innovation of Qin Shihuang made the world well unified. Of course, this system has also become a management system that has been used for thousands of years. The best part of this system is that the land is under the control of the state, not the former kings who were sealed off. Therefore, local separatist forces cannot be formed, and there is no way to rebel. Even if the chiefs of counties and counties want to rebel, there are so many counties and counties in the country that it is difficult to make trees alone, so they are not opponents of the court at all.

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Emperor Qin-stills

Third, strong military support

In the final analysis, Qin Shihuang's success mainly relies on his powerful army. Without a strong military force as a backup, it is difficult for Qin Shihuang to get started. As for the management of the people in the country, it is even more nonsense. For example, in order to conquer the Lingnan Yue tribe, Qin Shihuang ordered General Tu Yu and Zhao Yi to conquer 500,000 troops. In addition, Qin Shihuang's war to destroy the six kingdoms lasted for twenty years. It can be seen that the strength of the Qin Army is not something that ordinary people dare to challenge.

In addition, in addition to the powerful army of Qin Shihuang, several generals under his command, such as Meng Tian and Wang Xi , have much less strength. Therefore, it was precisely because of the strong military strength of the Qin State that the Six Kingdoms could be eliminated; and for this reason, no one dared to rise to rebellion during the Qin Dynasty.

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Meng Tian-Stills

In summary, why did no one dare to rise to rebellion during the reign of Qin Shihuang? It was mainly because Qin Shihuang implemented strict control in politics, military and other aspects, so no rebellion occurred. However, during the Qin II period, everything that Qin Shihuang was maintaining was almost completely broken, which led to the emergence of peasant uprisings like Chen Sheng and Wu Guang.

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