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Opposition to religious authority. Anti-clericalism was widespread on the left-wing of Spanish politics in the early twentieth century. The Catholic Church was seen as a guardian of the interests of the monarchy and wealthy elites as well as a barrier to democratic reform. Anti-clerical reforms were enshrined into the December 1931 Constitution in order to limit the power of the Catholic Church.

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