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Napoleon's goal implementing the Continental System was to
The Continental System was created by Napoleon with the intent to destroy Britain. The goal was to cut Britain off from export and re-export trade with the rest of Europe. [ This went on 1807 to 1810 and did hurt Britain significantly and resulted in many businesses failed, high unemployment and labor strikes. However, even though Britain was the target of this system, other European nations
were impacted and led to their opposition of the Continental System. ]
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