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《JOURNAL OF FUJIAN TEACHERS UNIVERSITY(PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES EDTION)》 2000-03
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The Supervisory System of the Tang Dynasty That Checks and restricts the Emperors Power

HU Cang ze (The History Deparment of Fujian Teachers University, Fuzhou 350007,China)  
The supervisory system of the Tang Dynasty that established the checking mechanism against the emperors power includes three aspects:The first one is criticism by dissuative officials of the emperors wrong decisions the second one is the deliberative deparments redress of imperial decrees and the third one is the refusal by the officials in the Censorate to accept the emperors decrees.These restrictions minimize false aceusations and trumped up cases and promote the stability of society and the development of economy and culture.Thise check on imperial power is one of the most important factors that contributed to the prosperity of the Tang Dynasty.
【CateGory Index】: D691
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