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HELPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!3. Based on evidence from your text, why did Washington reject the advice of both Jefferson and Hamilton and adopt a policy of neutrality? A. The nation could not afford another war so soon after the Revolution. B. Washington was timid about taking military action. C. Washington feared that war would divide the nation. D. Washington was upset over the murder of the French king.

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  1. We don't have your text, so you'll have to read it yourself to find this answer.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. The answer for this question would most likely be answer choice A. It would most likely be this because they just got down with the Revolutionary War, and did not have much money to go into another.

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  3. The answer i picked was C

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  4. Tasha is correct!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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