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Q: Why did Napoleon sign a treaty with the U.S. in 1810 agreeing to respect the neutrality rights of the U.S.? A) He hoped this would hurt Britain. B) The French were dependent on American
goods. C) Napoleon feared war with the U.S. D) It was a sign of respect for the U.S.
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