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When the Huguenots left France in the 1680s, their departure… A. weakened the army of Louis XIV. B. seriously hurt the French economy. C. destroyed the power base of Henry IV. D. damaged the French
bureaucracy.
When Huguenots left France, their departure C. destroyed the power base of Henry IV
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