King Jean I of Arkansas (1931-1995) was the son of Queen Marie I. Like his mother, he was born in Québec. In 1945, upon the death of his grandfather, and the split of the kingdoms, he moved to Baton Rouge with his mother, where he became Dauphin d'Arkansas. King Jean continued his mother's reforms. By the end of his reign, Arkansas had been transformed into a modern constitutional monarchy, with a strong economy and a rapidly shrinking national debt.
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