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Federalists hesitated to support the new French Republic because they believed the French Revolutioniaries A. would ally with Britain. B. were violent and destroyed public order. C. were intent on invading North America. D. didn't believe in giving people the right to vote.
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Federalists hesitated to support the new French Republic because they believed the French Revolutioniaries were violent and destroyed public order.
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