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It took a long time, however, for the unilateral declaration of neutrality to be recognised by neighbours. It, therefore, did not prevent the Swiss cantons from being occupied by the French during the years 1798–1802. Things changed after the Vienna Congress of 1815, when the European powers at last recognised the neutrality of the confederation, realising that it was in their interest to use it to preserve the political equilibrium sought by them. After the creation of the federation Switzerland became able to defend efficiently its neutrality with armed forces.

First, the separation of Catholic and Protestant societies was overcome by the modernisation process. Geographically, a strong and steady migration between Catholic and Protestant regions opened ‘ghetto-oriented minds’ to religious tolerance and cooperation. Migration led to desegregation, which helped lead to integration. The declining influence of religion on people’s lives opened the way to pragmatic solutions: smaller communities, instead of building two churches, constructed one that was used by both Catholics and Protestants.

The Catholic regions were mostly rural, cut off from the industrialisation that was the main concern of the political elites of their progressive Protestant counterparts. The First Vatican Council of the Catholic Church, held in Rome in 1871, was hostile to the modernisation of society and scientific progress, as well as to the separation of religion and state, and tried to enforce the position of the Pope as the binding authority in all respects of Catholic life. All this led to segregation. Many Catholic cantons entrusted the Catholic church with the task of public education or maintained segregated public primary and secondary schools.

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