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How did the Catholic Church affect medieval politics?

the hierarchical structure of the catholic church inspired a feudal society

the catholic church imposed a meritocracy government in rome

the charitable structure of the catholic church inspired a socialist society

the catholic church imposed a democratic republic in Constantinople

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