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Christian democracy is a political ideology that started in 19th-century Europe with the influence of Christian teachings. It was a combination of modern democratic ideas and traditional Christian values, focusing on social justice and the teachings of Christianity. After World War II, Catholic and Protestant movements are important in shaping Christian democracy.
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