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In 1534 Henry the VIII formally initiated the Protestant Reformation.

In the short run, The English Reformation allowed Henry VIII to achieve his political goal of controlling the church. In the long run, however, the Reformation brought to England the political and religious turmoil that Henry had hoped to avoid.

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