What is the difference between the Protestant and Anglican churches?

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Generally, the difference between Protestant churches and Anglican churches stems from the Reformation. Protestant churches came into separate existence as a direct result of the Reformation. Anglican churches are more of a continuation of the Church of England, and normally do not identify themselves as Protestant.
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