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Exit What two countries fought the Napoleonic Wars in Europe and in the Atlantic? A. Spain and Great Britain B. Great Britain and France C. Spain and Portugal D. France and the U.S.
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User: Exit What two countries fought the Napoleonic Wars in Europe and in the Atlantic? A. Spain and Great Britain B. Great Britain and France C. Spain and Portugal D. France and the U.S.

Weegy: France and Great Britain were the two countries who fought the Napoleonic Wars in Europe.



User: Exit Which of the following was a reason why many Americans were angry at the British during the Napoleonic Wars? A. They were trying to get the French to declare war on the U.S.. B. They were killing Americans found onboard French ships. C. They were impressing American sailors into their navy. D. They were determined to destroy the U.S. economy.

Weegy: Which of the following was a reason why many Americans were angry at the British during the Napoleonic Wars? C. They were impressing American sailors into their navy. [ ]
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User: How did Embargo Act affect the U.S. economy? A. It had no effect on the economy. B. It significantly hurt the economy. C. It significantly improved the economy. D. It moderately improved the economy.

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It significantly improved the economy is the way that Embargo Act affect the U.S. economy.

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