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1. Under the reign of Louis XIV, what type of government was in France/ A. direct democracy. B. dictatorship. C. representative democracy. D. absolute monarchy.
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User: 1. Under the reign of Louis XIV, what type of government was in France/ A. direct democracy. B. dictatorship. C. representative democracy. D. absolute monarchy.

Weegy: Under the reign of Louis XIV, the government in France was an absolute monarchy.
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User: 2. The United States Constitution delegates police powers mainly to A. Congress. B. the National Guard. C. state and local authorities. D. the president of the United States.

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The United States Constitution delegates police powers mainly to state and local authorities.
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