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Question 1.
Louis XIV’s two basic strategies for strengthening the monarchy

 
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Question 2.
The political theorist for Louis XIV's conception of royal authority (the "divine right of kings") was

 
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Louis XIV was known as the " King." 

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Question 4.
The Jansenists were

 
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Under Louis XIV, the French government kept close control over the economy and attempted to maximize exports while minimizing imports, a policy that came to be known as

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Question 6.
Jean-Baptiste Colbert's economic policies diminished France's industrial and commercial potential in order to reduce taxes on peasants.

   
 
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In 1685 Louis XIV outlawed Protestantism in France by revoking the

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Question 8.
Louis XIV’s legacy

 
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