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Who did Louis XIV believe gave him the right to absolute rule?

A. the Catholic Church

B. Cardinal Richelieu

C. God

D. the people

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  1. What is the source of your information, Star?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. my answer

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  3. you're silly lol

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  4. what happened to kya

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  5. I am still here but i have to do my school work bye!

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  6. bye

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  7. honestly Ms. Sue is no help at all

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