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Wang AnShis reform. Faced with criticisms that the reform was too rush, Wang resigned as Prime Minister in 1,076 A.D.
Song Zhe Zong
(1,086 1,101 A.D.)
Si Ma Guan became Prime Minister and abolished the reform (1086 A.D.). Zhang Xiang became Prime Minister and reinstated the reform (1,094 A.D.).
Song Wei Zong
(1,101 1,126 A.D.)
Chai Jing replaced Zhang Xiang as the Prime Minister (1,101 A.D.). Manchurians established the Jin Dunasty (1,115 1234 A.D.) and invaded China (1,125 A.D.). The rebellion of Song Jiang, leader of the 108 Liang Shan Heroes (1120 A.D.)
Song Qin Zong
(1,126 1,127 A.D.)
The Manchurians captured capital Bian Jing.
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