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What policy did President Washington follow during the period of war in Europe following the French Revolution? A. He remained neutral toward all European powers to avoid conflict*** B. He acted to promote democracy across Europe C. He promised to

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  1. Social studies

    What policy did President Washington follow during the period of war in Europe following the French Revolution
  2. Social Studies!

    What policy did President Washington follow during the period of war in Europe following the French Revolution? A. He remained neutral toward all European powers to avoid conflict*** B. He acted to promote democracy across Europe C. He promised to fight
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