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Hinduism, as a religion, is The Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE), despite lasting only two rulers, fundamentally established all the norms of premodern Chinese governanceconcerned with maintaining the social order of the caste system

The Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE), despite lasting only two rulers, fundamentally established all the norms of premodern Chinese governance

Defend or Refute ONE of the following statements.

Hinduism, as a religion, is most concerned with maintaining the social order of the caste system.

City-states, like (for example) those found in 5th c. BCE Greece, are ultimately ungovernable.

Islam provided Afro Eurasia its first truly unifying force, spreading exclusively by military conquest.

The Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE), despite lasting only two rulers, fundamentally established all the norms of pre modern Chinese governance.

Typically use Strayer and Nelson: Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources, Third ed. (MacMillan) for information on the topics

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The Qin Dynasty only lasted between 221 and 206 BCE. Despite having been shortlived and having only two rulers brave this period, one of the greatest impact were made during this period which are reflected up until now in the current China or in the pre-modern Chinese governance. Legalist philosophies were applied during………………….
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