Wang Shen is a powerful man in the court, but unfortunately, he has no son. Ah, to be more precise, there is no son, no wife. Did this happen in the Han Dynasty? The country is destroyed by birds and beasts, and everything is over.
But not Wei and Jin. From the "party affairs" at job email list the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty, the relationship between people became more "close". The fellow villagers, being implicated, naturally take care of each other more. The family structure becomes tighter. To put it more vernacularly, it is a family, and if one person becomes the third prince, nine ministers, two thousand stone, and a thousand households, then everyone will come to him. Fish help water, water helps fish, stabilize wealth and power, and seek self-protection in troubled times.
History, don't just look at snippets. The "aristocratic family" developed in the Eastern Han Dynasty and the Three Kingdoms and even the Wei and Jin Dynasties was not an invention, but the ecology under the feudal system of the Zhou Dynasty. The only difference is that back then it was "because we got together, so we changed to the same surname", but now it's "because we got together with the same surname, so we got together".