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Spanish power grows
Im only stuck on this quesion,
How were charles V and Philip ii alike and different in their goals of ensuring absolute power and strengthening catholisism?

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    http://countrystudies.us/spain/8.htm

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    Its harder finding it in a link is it fine if someone can just give me an ide

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