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Chapter 21 Section 2

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Pension a regular payment, not a fee, that a sponsoring person gives to someone, such as an artist
Diplomacy the conduct of buisness between nations, such as marking treaties
Treason betrayal of one's country, as in aiding the enemy
Commissioning giving permission to, authorizing
Balance Of Power a fairly even distribution of military and economic power amoung nations so no nation will become to strong or to dangerous
Louis XIV Louis XIV was the third king of the Bourbon Dynasty, He inheritated the throne of France in 1643 when he was only five years old. He reigned 72 years, longer then any other monarch in modern European History.
Louis XIV, Countinued As an absolute monarch, Louis tried to remove any challanges to his authority he alos took full responsibility for all aspects of the french goverment