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The ­­_______________ is a war tactic in which Napoleon closed European ports to British goods. A. guerrilla warfare B. Continental System C.
ancien régime D. Napoleonic Code
The B. Continental System is a war tactic in which Napoleon closed European ports to British goods.
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