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Title: The factors that operate against the formation of centralized states of Western Europe

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Cornwell speeds up the centralized powers by creating separate departments of states for different functions and also expanded Privy's Council so that now all the heads of adminislative bodies are the king's executive bodies. Also Parliament begins to manage, so now the laws passed by Parliament are easily enforce...

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They also conquer Lorraine and with the wars France experienced, it deplete the ranks of nobles which had their estates revered to the king due to no male heirs. Also with some luck, some of the lands fell to the crown. France established the tax system during it experience of wars. The taxes helped pay for the France's national army...

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