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" Churcn was transformed into a spiritual State, and the State into a kind of temporal Church. In a struggle between two great powers, the interests of one or the other become necessarily dominant. France, even daring the most brilliant period of the Gallican*... "
The London Review - Page 3
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 54

1861
...dominant. France, even during the most brilliant period of the Gallican Church, never attempted the raost feeble approximation to a pure theocracy : the interests...remained always the most powerful. But in its centralized adminis tration the uniform government was eager to avail itself of the assistance of the priests....
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The London Review, Volume 17

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1862
...the other become necessarily dominant. France, even daring the most brilliant period of the Gallicaj? Church, never attempted the most feeble approximation...of the Church ; but this citadel was in the power pf the State. * France/ exclaims M. Dollfus, 'has been verging towards a triple Catholicism; a Catholicism...
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