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The ruler who stated "I am the State" was A. Napoleon. B. Frederick the Great. C. Catherine the Great. D. Louis XIV.
The ruler who stated "I am the State" was Louis XIV.
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The ruler who stated "I am the State" was Louis XIV.

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