Chinese Legalism?

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Chinese Legalism took place during the Warring States times. Legalism was considered to be a political philosophy. Legalism was first created by Shang Yang. Legalist considered the common people to be evil, but due to Legalism if performed very well the common people were able to gain rank. Eventually Legalism was done away with even though it made a very brief comeback during the Sui Dynasty, however, it didn't last very long due to the Tang Dynasty.
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