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What were the impacts on the black death?


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The Black Death had a major in pact on Europe and surrounding nations. With the plague people began to question the power of the Catholic Church would led to the Religious reform during the Renaissance. The Plague also developed a new sense of power to peasant's. One of the more major problems that came out of of the plague was the decrease in population. Once the plague occurred first the disease became more common.


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