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Tang emperors instituted a system of land reform, which broke up large pieces of farmland and redistributed them to the peasants. A. True B. False
Tang emperors instituted a system of land reform in which they broke up large agriculture holdings and redistributed the land o peasants. This policy strenghted the central government by weakening the power of large landowners. [ Increased government revenues, since peasants who farmed their own land would be able to pay taxes. Answer found on: ]
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