Can the government prevent officials from receiving X bribery in ancient feudal society? It is almost impossible to talk about the answer first, unless the bribery actively refuses. The following is the reason:
The green building in the Ming and Qing dynasties, the southern style
The ancient feudal society implemented a monogamy system, and there was no consciousness of “sex bribery”. A has the right to have the power. Looking at a niece in family B, B will give the maid generously to the help of A, everything is natural and logical. The fundamental reason is that the status of ancient women was low, and the national level was harmonious. There were “gifts” at the private level. In the strict sense, they were all sexual bribes. It seems that no dynasties have issued laws to ban “gifts”. Male society regards women as private property. As long as the owner (male) is willing to change the “property rights” of private property, the private property can be given to another man. In fact, what really needed to be guarded by ancient times was to collect money, because this was “real gold and silver, and there were accounts to check”.
Qinglou woman, Qinglou originally intended to paint a high -rise building, and later refers to high -end brothels
Some people may say that sexual bribes can be carried out in the green tower. Someone is asking for someone, and he is a guest, and he takes the target customer to go to the Qinglou to be chic. Is this a sexual bribe? This … this time … the corresponding laws will be introduced to prohibit officials from patronizing the Qinglou. However, the results are very small … Because many people can drill the law, first redeem the women of the Qinglou, and then “give away”.
The above is the various feudal society. In the final analysis, the female status is low under the feudal system. Do you agree with this view?