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In order to disseminate Confucian learning, Han Wudi set up an academy for scholars who became experts of the Five Confucian Classics which they taught to selected students, a group that then provided the candidates of which the emperor selected new officials. Han Wudi chose most of his officials from low-ranking families, securing their boundless loyalty founded on gratitude.


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