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Some causes for the fall of the Roman Empire (Massive Slavery, invasion, curruption of the government) (also talks about Christianity)
As the Roman Empire expanded from Great Britain, in the west, to the Euphrates River, in the east, many complex problems arose. In the thick of this expansion, the government was growing corrupt, there was social and economic turmoil as a result of massive slavery, and invasions from the Germans were all tearing away at the stability of the empire. In the midst of this confusion, a new religion was on the upswing. Christianity appeared to be the harmony in the chaos of Rome, converting the majority of the Roman population by the fall of the empire.
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