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Louis was determined to control a nation that was unified politically under his rule and religiously under his faith; Catholicism was to be the only accepted religion for the French people. Louis believe that god had sufficiently appointed him to be king and only god could say if he was right or wrong...
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So that meant any decision that Louis made was the final say and no interference from the people of France. "I gave orders to the four Secretaries of state no longer to sign anything whatsoever without speaking to me: likewise to the controller, and that he should authorize nothing as regards finance without its being registered in a book which must remain with me(R 17)...
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