Zhang Juzheng's ReformsZhang Juzheng was the chief supplement minister in the cabinet of Ming dynasty who been highly praised by the emperor Ming Shenzong. With the power on hand, he tried to save Ming from the eminent doom by carrying a series of reforms that dealt on politics, economic and military. His "a whip law" reduced peasants' burdens, and enlarged the scope of currency circulation. As a result, social economy was able to achieve certain recovery and development, and financial income increased. But after his death, because of framing by some conservative bureaucrats, some of these reforms were cancelled again.