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How did the establishment of the Church of England change government?

The Church of England did not collect taxes like the Roman Catholic Church.
The English monarchy could conduct its own coronations.
The head of state and the head of the church were the same person.
The Church of England ruled over court cases, unlike the Catholic Church of England.

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  2. I think it is A.

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  3. I disagree. What does your reading assignment say?

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  4. is it D?

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  5. The correct answer is C.
    C-The head of state and the head of the church were the same person.

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  6. Okay! That's Just Rude. . .Wow this is just a Teacher doing her Job, Sorry if you just want to move forward & finish your work but, We Gotta Learn From Our Answers.
    O^O So Just Wow!

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  7. Lanasya I hope you do know that she is not a real teacher

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    you guys know she's dead right? if you're gonna hate, leave.

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