Similarities Between The Roman Empire And The Fall Of The Han Dynasty

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Contributions of both the fall of the Han Dynasty and the Western Roman empire were very common. For example, both the Han Dynasty and the Western Roman empire fell because of economic issues such as corruption. The great empires also fell because of diseases such as small pox and malaria. In fact, when the Han Dynasty and the Western Roman empire traded goods, they also traded the diseases to one another. Along with economy corruption the Han Dynasty and the Western Roman empire also fell because of their corrupt leaders. In contrast, the Han Dynasty fell due to weak tax collectors, too many people and too little land, plus many revolts. Western Rome fell because of unemployment, not enough people to do necessary jobs, and the idea that the people could create their own government and take over the existing government.
The Han Dynasty and the Western Roman empire both fell due to economic issues. One key contributor was they both underwent economic corruption. In the Han Dynasty, corrupt lords tore down the empire by asking the Emperor for land, which they received. Lords became greedy and wanted more land, so they killed off their neighbors and took their land. The corrupt leaders of Rome spent money on themselves and the military which was not beneficial to the rest of the Empire because they sent their troops into suicidal fights. In contrast the Western Roman empire struggled with unemployment, while the Hans struggled with weak tax collectors. The Western Roman
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