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In what way did Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty significantly differ from previous emperors?
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User: In order to supply administrators for the empire, the Han used officials from the gentry class and adopted

Weegy: In order to supply administrators for the empire, the Han used officials from the gentry class and adopted the Confucian examination system. It was based on Confucianism that helped guide the government. Is this the answer you were looking for?





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