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By Wendy Conklin

Confucius used to be born in 551 B.C. there has been nice discomfort and chaos in this time in China. He desired to commit his lifestyles to relieving the affliction he observed and believed govt reform was once wanted. He dedicated his lifestyles to creating this reform take place.

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