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What was the result of Jefferson's embargo? A. American traders increased trade with Spain, leading to an economic boom. B. The British stopped the practice of taking American sailors. C. The French joined the Americans in a war against Britain. D. American merchants were bankrupted, sailors were put out of work, and farmers were unable to sell their crops
The result of Jefferson's embargo was - American merchants were bankrupted, sailors were put out of work, and farmers were unable to sell their crops.
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The result of Jefferson's embargo was - American merchants were bankrupted, sailors were put out of work, and farmers were unable to sell their crops.

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One of the beliefs of the Populist Party was A. the aggressive expansion of American territory. B. the need for coinage of silver money. C. few government regulations of businesses. D. the need for higher tariffs to protect American industries.
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