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《Journal of Neijiang Teachers College》 2004-05
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An Analysis of the Silver Honesty System of the Qing Dynasty and the Cause of Weakening of Its Function

LI Feng-ming(Institute of Law, University of Politics and Law of China, Beijing 100088, China)  
The ruling class in the Qing Dynasty carried out the Silver Honesty System in order to establish a clean government, the implementation of which, to some extent, did work and controlled the corruption caused by small salaries during the early Qing Dynasty. However, corruption does not radically come from low salaries. Economic guarantee short of a system control is, at its best, to stir the soup to stop boiling rather than take away the firewood from under the cauldron——cannot solve the problem radically.
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