Chinas Relations with west from 1839-1911

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No regulations were put in place to help control the trade of goods and services. As opium became more prominent, trade also became greater. With a greater amount of goods being traded, the economy slowly becomes weak. The problem was not a physical one, but instead a moral one. With opium use becoming an epidemic, the Chinese had to take action...
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With opium use becoming an epidemic, the Chinese had to take action. On March 10, 1839, the first step was taken to stop the opium epidemic. Lin Zeziu was sent to stop the trade of opium in Chinese ports. Lin made a valiant effort to be diplomatic about the problem. He wrote a formal letter to Queen Elizabeth of Britain telling her that she should be privately ashamed of the problem and they she should take action...
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