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Part I: The Babylonian Captivitiy,
Chapter I Attack on the Political Supremacy of the Papacy,
Chapter II Literary Assailants and Defenders of Papal Authority,
Chapter III The Babylonian Captivity,
Chapter IV The Avignon Financial System: I. Income,
Chapter V The Avignon Financial System: II. Expenditure,
Chapter VI General Results of the Baylonian Captivity,
Chapter VII Political and Ecclesiastical Opposition to the Papacy in Europe,
Part II The Great Western Schism,
Chapter VIII The Great Westen Schism,
Chapter IX Efforts to heal the Schism,
Chapter X Significant results of the Schism,
Chapter XI Discussion of a new Constitution for the Church,
Sources: Chapters I-XI
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