Anglican Church

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Anglican Church - ∙ The Anglican Church was organized under King Henry VIII in 1534  after the Roman Catholic Church failed to grant him a divorce from his wife Catherine of  Aragon. As the official religion of England, Anglicanism quickly gained a prominent  place within the Protestant hierarchy, and continued to exercise its influence in the  American colonies. Today, the Episcopalian Church functions as the American wing of  the Anglican Church.  Anti-Federalist - ∙ An Anti-Federalist was opposed to the strong centralized government  structure provided under the Constitution. Such a thinker would have supported a looser  organization of political power, as detailed by the Articles of Confederation.  Articles of Confederation - ∙ The Articles of Confederation laid out the plan for the loose  system of government originally assumed by the United States from 1781 to 1789, 
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