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In the later Middle Ages, the Church A. allowed women to become priests. B. encouraged increased education for women. C. refused to allow nuns to set up schools. D. withdrew many rights that
nuns had enjoyed.
In the later Middle Ages, the Church C. refused to allow nuns to set up schools.
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User: In the later Middle Ages, the Church A. allowed women to become priests. B. encouraged increased education for women. C. refused to allow nuns to set up schools. D. withdrew many rights that nuns had enjoyed.





Weegy: In the later Middle Ages, the Church C. refused to allow nuns to set up schools.
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