Chinese Unification Dbq

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To continue, as more and more people become separated by regions, they less they interact with each other. And so the more separated they were, the less unified they were because they were just relying on their respective groups for supplies and food. Because of their decentralization, China as a whole was much more vulnerable to attack and conquer because the people were not fighting as one, they were fighting as individuals. Had they been more centralized, they would be much stronger as one unified state, but since they were broken up, they were much easier to attack one by one as opposed to an outside force having to struggle with taking down an entire strong state. Also in the map on page ten, it is essential to mention that although most

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