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MingQing TransitionWhy did the Ming collapseBefore we can answer that we have to consider how it was supposed to work and what was changing toward the endMing GovernmentEmperor and Inner Court the most powerful but still has to work with the systemInner Court Forbidden City the government institutionWhy facing the south Psychological significanceexpanding from the north to the southOuter Courtthe ministries Civil Appointment RitesFinance War Punishments WorksFive separate Military Commissions CensorateThe development of bureaucracy led China to become a strong empir
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