The correct and Sample response is: The church was supported by the tithe, and it was also used to fund great building projects such as Notre Dame. Judging by the elaborate art and stained glass windows, it is obvious that it would have cost a great deal of money to build. In addition, it took generations to complete, so many people would have to support its construction. The funds obtained through the practice of simony would have helped pay for this.
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The church was used to unify society under the feudalist system. Overtime the church began to gain more authority in Europe. Because everyone belonged to the same religious community everyone had to pay a tithe, which went to be used to pay for the construction of the cathedrals.
The Monroe doctrine was about neutrality! SO, 1) the United States would not interfere in the internal affairs of or the wars between European powers. 2) the United States recognized and would not interfere with existing colonies and dependencies in the Western Hemisphere. 3) the Western Hemisphere was closed to future colonization. 4) any attempt by a European power to oppress or control any nation in the Western Hemisphere would be viewed as a hostile act against the United States.
1. He had conducted most of his research in the early 16th century. is was widely considered to be the beginning of the modern era, because of the extreme change in ideology, technology, and the global perspective. And countless calculations and observations, made conclusions which did not only changed the way mankind looked at the heavens, but also laid the foundations for other theories from other astronomers such as Galileo Galilei and Giordano Bruno. I hope this helps, and I am sorry I couldn't find the second one.
Pros- Better education opportunities, minimum wage, socialism can provide minimum basic income, may improve conditions of the general public, free healthcare, welfare state
Cons- History shows that socialist regimes often fail, people may get lazy, higher taxes for people who earn high salaries, too much power for politicians, sovereign default, investors may refrain from investing in socialist countries